Filmed over a period of seven days, In Spite of Darkness tells the story of five retreatants - among them, a Rabbi, an atheist, and a Catholic priest - who attend an interfaith retreat at the notorious Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps in Poland. This is the place where the Nazis exterminated over one million people. Why would someone participate in such a retreat? How could anyone attempt to pray or meditate in a place that silences the heart and chills the soul? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this award-winning program that confronts the evil behind the Nazi atrocity and challenges today's generation to oppose similar evils by advancing forgiveness, peace, and hope. Running time: 74 minutes.