Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust

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Released 2004

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Director:
Daniel Anker
Released:
2004
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Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust is a 2007 documentary film that features Hollywood's depiction of The Holocaust using photographs, newsreels and first hand accounts. The film's narrator is actor Gene Hackman. This film covers how World War II affected Hollywood and pop culture, America's denial during the days of Nazism and the harsh things the Nazis did to Jews. Unlike other films about The Holocaust, this film features interviews with celebrities and filmmakers, talking about their views on this horrific time in history. Some of the celebrities and filmmakers interviewed include: Tom Brockaw, Steven Spielberg, Liam Neeson, Fritz Weaver, George Stevens Jr., Sharon Rivo, Vincent Sherman and Robert Berger. This film also discusses other movies involving The Holocaust including: "Schindler's List", "The Diary of Anne Frank", "Judgement at Nuremberg" and "Sophie's Choice". Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust is an eye-opening film that makes you really understand what happened during one of history's most devastating times.

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