Claude Lanzmann Simone de Beauvoir Moni Ovadia / Feb 21, 2020

Shoah Per la prima volta in Italia l opera definitiva sulla Shoah il pi importante film mai realizzato sulla pi tragica esperienza dell uomo moderno

  • Title: Shoah
  • Author: Claude Lanzmann Simone de Beauvoir Moni Ovadia
  • ISBN: 9788806189518
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Per la prima volta in Italia l opera definitiva sulla Shoah, il pi importante film mai realizzato sulla pi tragica esperienza dell uomo moderno.

    Shoah film Shoah is a French documentary film about the Holocaust, directed by Claude Lanzmann.Over nine hours long and years in the making, the film presents Lanzmann s interviews with survivors, witnesses and perpetrators during visits to German Holocaust sites across Poland, including extermination camps. Released in Paris in April , Shoah won critical acclaim and several prominent awards

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      • Claude Lanzmann Simone de Beauvoir Moni Ovadia

        Claude Lanzmann is a French filmmaker and professor at European Graduate School in Saas Fee, Switzerland He was the brother of writer Jacques Lanzmann.


    1. Film documentario di oltre 6 ore sugli orrori della Shoah, gli orrori veri. Dimenticate film basati su storie immaginate seppur plausibili, dimenticate l'immaginabile. "Shoah" di Lanzmann è storia, è realtà, cercata, vissuta, testata su campo. In un vero e proprio viaggio-orrore Lanzmann si è recato sui luoghi, tanti dei luoghi, che sono stati teatro dei crimini della Shoah perpetrati durante la seconda guerra mondiale, campi di concentramento e sterminio, città, locali, stazioni, e ha inte [...]

    2. Although I've seen the film a few times, I'm glad to have read the complete text. Watching the film and seeing the survivors and the perpertrators speak to the director about what they witnessed gives the viewer one type of experience. Having the words right there in front of you gives you another. You read the lines over and over again because you can't believe what you just read. A line that I will never forget comes from Itzhak Zuckerman, second-in-command of the Jewish Combat Organization, a [...]

    3. I'm still trying to figure out how a 9+ hour movie translates into a -200 page book with double and sometimes triple spacing, not to mention a few photos. I don't normally read texts of films though so maybe there's something I don't know.I borrowed this from my library because everywhere I looked the DVD cost hundreds of dollars. My library didn't have it, my DVD swapping site didn't have it, NetFlix didn't have it, I started to think I'd never see it. Then I had the bright idea to check eBay. [...]

    4. This text is quite good but I look forward to seeing the movie as I think it would give a fuller image than just the transcripts. I also found a quote from a reputable source mentioning that "readers should be forewarned that Lanzmann disavows the English transcript, which is plagued by inaccuracies and which differs substantially in form from the French text prepared by Lanzmann himself," so I'm not sure what to make of that. Perhaps it explains how the book managed to be so short compared to t [...]

    5. This book is a text of the movie which I have not yet seen. It is shocking, horrific, and inhuman at times. It is hard to believe the nazis who were interviewed could take such a blase attitude about murder and death. I guess after seeing it day in and day out, one becomes immune. How people could do this to others simply because they were different than you is, unfortunately, something that our current president ran his campaign on and won. Be afraid, be very afraid.

    6. I haven't seen the docu (yet) but just reading what is told, is so so impressive! I just have no words for it, only respectfull silence

    7. Number 6 on my list is this little book, which I read not knowing that it was a movie script and I am embarrassed to admit that I have never seen the movie. Shoah is Hebrew for holocaust and this tightly written work compacts the enormity of the Nazi genocide campaign against the Jews of Europe into an impactful overview. The inhumanity and the banality of the destruction of innocent people staggered me when I read the story. It convinced me that evil, evil by human choice, lurks around us alway [...]

    8. "Nel 1942, quando cominciarono i primi rastrellamenti a danno degli ebrei, e soprattutto dopo il novembre del '42, quando i tedeschi occuparono il Sud, mio padre ci addesrtrava di notte: dovevamo spogliarci disponendo i vestiti nell'ordine giusto per rivestirci, tutte le porte venivano maniacalmente oliate, era una casa ossessionata dal silenzio. In fondo al giardino, aveva scavato una specie di nascondiglio e suonava alla porta alle quattro del mattino, come la Gestapo. Noi ci vestivamo a tempo [...]

    9. a difficult movie and text, but one that is necessary to confront, especially because it is too easy with the access of media and information to become oversaturated with images, rather than the 'meaning', of trauma. hiroshima. rwanda. bergen-belsen. Lanzman resists the expected telling of the Holocaust story; focusing not as much on the typically "dramatic" and "emotional", which he eschews for a more analytical, methodical unfolding of history.It is disturbing in its straightforwardness. Lanzm [...]

    10. This book was amazing. I have never seen the movie, but I imagine it couldn't have been anymore intriguing than this. The horrible stories of the ruthless Nazis coming directly from survivors was something I cannot explain. I began to tear up as I turned page after page, wanting to stop but knowing I couldn't. This book will take you places you thought you could never go, show you people you thought you could never see, and push you to comprehend things you thought humans were not capable of com [...]

    11. A very powerful read. I'm looking forward to seeing the film, as I'm sure that the impact of the visual documentation along with these written recollections will stay with Me longer than just reading the text. I'm almost certain that, had I seen the film prior to reading this, I would have been compelled to give this book five stars. As a 'stand alone', it's very moving. I imagine the film to add another layer to this disturbing piece of history.

    12. Though I would have liked a little more background information included, I understand this is a movie transcript, so some of what was shown in the film may not translate to the page. I very much liked how the interviews documented here were not just from people who were in or at the well-known concentration camps, but also from the lesser publicized, but equally tragic, camps, such as Chelmno and Treblinka.

    13. I read this book years before I was able to see the movie, even then it is a powerful experience to read. But I recommend the at times shattering experience of seeing these words spoken. The book is a useful companion nonetheless, sometimes it is easier to read the translation than to watch subtitles, but be aware it is a translation and sometimes misses the full sense of the several languages the movie is spoken in. Nevertheless, an essential book.

    14. As the movie is nine hours long and my local library and DVD rental place didn't have it, I thought I'd read just the text instead. Unfortunately it didn't have as much as an impact on me as I had hoped it would. I think seeing the movie, the people's faces, how they talked, would be better. Very few movies are a good substitute for the novel they're based off of; this book doesn't seem to be an adequate substitute for the movie it came from.

    15. I don't know what I was thinking getting into a slim transcription of a ten-hour long film, but on my quest to devour all the Criterion cannon in my lifetime, I'm finishing up watching Shoah and thought this book would be good company for reasons I can't clearly comprehend at the moment. The reading has been slow-going, more in documentary/movie mode. Also seemingly fixed on beyond-depressing subject matter. The Force of July, Armorica.

    16. If you haven't seen the 9 or 11 hour film of The Shoah, this book contains the dialogue. Valuable if you missed a word here and there in the video but the film has much more of an impact showing the actual trains and engineers that took the Jews to the camps. Neighbors who witnessed the round-ups also appear on camera and share their memories. Unbelievable. You must see the videos!

    17. I've seen the movie and I've read the book. Both are disturbing, quietly powerful, and enlightening about things it's painful to know. Shoah leaves a lot open for you to read into it and make of it what you will.The movie comes across as much more powerful, but the book is handy for reference.

    18. Repeat these stories to new generations. It happened. Farther it will be, it is less and less understandable. Never forget otherwise it can happen again sooner or later.

    19. The transcript from Lanzmann's monumental documentary about the Holocaust. Devastating in its own right.

    20. I had to read this for school. If you are not interested in the Holocaust and you don't like to hear about what happened then this book is not for you. It can be very graphic.

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