What is gained and what is lost when history is appropriated, and misappropriated, by filmmakers, novelists, and other creative artists?
With stunning video clips and dramatic photographs, Emmy Award-nominated producer Joshua M. Greene explores existential and pedagogical issues surrounding the transmission of Holocaust memory. The audience is challenged to reconsider beloved movies and books by hearing an informed exposition of what lies behind the messages of popular media.
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