Berlin International Film Festival 2013

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Israel, Why (Pourquoi Israël) (Country: Israel, France; Year: 1973; Director: Claude Lanzmann)
An exploration of the contradictions, anomalies and perceptions of normality in Israeli society.
The Karski Report (Le Rapport Karski) (Country: France; Year: 2010; Director: Claude Lanzmann; Stars: Jan Karski)
An interview with the Polish resistance fighter who first told the US president what was happening to the Jews in concentration camps.
Shoah (Country: France; Year: 1985; Director: Claude Lanzmann)
The story of the Holocaust told through interviews with survivors, witnesses and some of those responsible.
Sobibor, 14. Oktober 1943, 16 Uhr (Country: France; Year: 2001; Director: Claude Lanzmann; Stars: Yehuda Lerner)
A witness to the uprising in Sobibor concentration camp recalls what happened.
Tsahal (Country: France, Germany; Year: 1994; Director: Claude Lanzmann)
A documentary exploring the cultural significance of the Israeli army.
A Visitor From The Living (Un Vivant Qui Passe) (Country: France; Year: 1997; Director: Claude Lanzmann)
A doctor's memories of the Auschwitz and Theresienstadt concentration camps.
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