The questions that remain

‘A Film Unfinished’ challenges prevailing images of the Warsaw Ghetto, in part by exposing how the Nazis staged scenes while making the film in 1942.

March 3, 2011 15:22
Nazi Proganda

Nazi Proganda. (photo credit: STILL A STILL FROM “ A FILM UNFINISHED")


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“THEY [THE JEWS] PREOCCUPIED MY thoughts for many years to come,” says Willy Wist, a German cameraman, testifying about his work on a Nazi propaganda film about the Warsaw Ghetto.

Wist’s testimony is one of the most intriguing aspects of “A Film Unfinished,” a documentary that exposes how the Nazis staged scenes while making the film in 1942.


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