A Film Unfinished (2010)
Critic Consensus: A heartbreaking, haunting historical document, A Film Unfinished excavates particularly horrible chapter of Holocaust history, and in doing so, the film provides a glimpse into the Nazi propaganda machine.
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|Rating:||Unrated (for disturbing images and Holocaust atrocities including graphic nudity)|
|Genre:||Documentary, Television, Art House & International, Special Interest|
|Directed By:||Yael Hersonski|
|Written By:||Yael Hersonski|
|In Theaters:||Aug 18, 2010 Limited|
|On DVD:||Jan 1, 2011|
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Critic Reviews for A Film Unfinished
Filmmaker Yael Hersonski reshapes the impossibly vile and tragic source material into a devastating record of Nazi criminality.
Yael Hersonski's documentary is infuriating, heartbreaking, devastating -- and scary. It depicts a lie upon a lie.
Yael Hersonski's A Film Unfinished reclaims history, teaches a lesson about the reliability of images and raises unanswerable questions about complicity.
A remarkable new documentary that reminds us of film's inherent capacity for lying.
Audience Reviews for A Film Unfinished
An insightful cache of informative but sickening images shot within the confines of Warsaw's Jewish Ghetto during the holocaust. Includes scenes staged by Hitler's propaganda machine as well as raw, unedited footage of Nazi crimes against humanity.
The most depressing documentary that everyone should watch.
I'm not sure which was harder to watch...this film, or the extra feature "Death Mills". "Death Mills" is an actual short film directed by Billy Wilder for the U.S. War Dept in 1945. The short film was originally intended for screening in occupied Germany and Austria to show the people in those countries what horrors they supported. It was the first documentary to show what the Allies found when they liberated the camps: the survivors, the conditions, and the evidence of mass murder. This was eventually shown in the U.S., but was rarely done so. This short film alone made this a memorable watch.
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