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Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust
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Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust 2004

Filmmaker Daniel Anker examines Hollywood's depiction of the Holocaust and its incomprehensible atrocities in this award-winning documentary narrated by Gene Hackman and featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg and Sidney Lumet. Through film clips, newsreels, scholars' comments and firsthand accounts, the documentary also questions the responsibility of filmmakers in retelling history and the effects of film portrayals on the social psyche.

Running Time:92 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsDaniel Anker
Gene HackmanGene Hackman
No image existsJack Benny
No image existsRobert Berger
Humphrey BogartHumphrey Bogart
No image existsTom Brokaw
No image existsLeVar Burton
James CagneyJames Cagney
No image existsCharles Chaplin
Montgomery CliftMontgomery Clift
Bud CortBud Cort
Dan CurtisDan Curtis
No image existsMichael Dunn
No image existsRalph Edwards
Ralph FiennesRalph Fiennes
John GarfieldJohn Garfield
No image existsRuth Gordon
Oliver HardyOliver Hardy
Rosemary HarrisRosemary Harris
Adolf HitlerAdolf Hitler
No image existsMartin Luther King
Ben KingsleyBen Kingsley
Kevin KlineKevin Kline
No image existsStan Laurel
No image existsCarole Lombard
No image existsSidney Lumet
No image existsPeter MacNicol
Abby MannAbby Mann
Liam NeesonLiam Neeson
No image existsJack Oakie
Gregory PeckGregory Peck
No image existsMillie Perkins
No image existsGene Reynolds
No image existsMaximilian Schell
No image existsVincent Sherman
Steven SpielbergSteven Spielberg
No image existsRod Steiger
George Stevens Jr.George Stevens Jr.
James StewartJames Stewart
Meryl StreepMeryl Streep
No image existsMargaret Sullavan
No image existsSpencer Tracy
No image existsFritz Weaver
Richard WidmarkRichard Widmark
James WoodsJames Woods
No image existsMalvin Wald
No image existsNorma Barzman
No image existsMichael Berenbaum
No image existsRobert Clary
No image existsStanley Frazen
No image existsNeal Gabler
No image existsAnnette Insdorf
No image existsHanna Bloch Kohner )
No image existsCarl Laemmle
No image existsBranko Lustig
No image existsGerald P. Nye
No image existsSharon Rivo
No image existsHeinz Rühmann
No image existsIrene Sachs
No image existsMartin Starger
No image existsHannah Taylor-Gordon
No image existsHarry M. Warner
No image existsJade Williams
No image existsEva Herzberg Florsheim
No image existsMoyshe Oysher

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Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/6/2009)

An outstanding account of the atrocities that happened in Germany, and Hollywood's dealing with in in light of the makeup of Hollywood, the acceptable mores of the times, the House Un-American witch hunt, and other factors.

It was interesting that television led the way in presenting the Holocaust with a guest on "This is...

(complete Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust review by Movie Addict)

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