Protocols of Zion (2006)

Some lies never die.

Original Title : Protocols of Zion
Director : Marc Levin
Genre : Documentary
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Nancy Abraham , Jeff Herr , Steve Kalafer , Marc Levin , Sheila Nevins , Daphne Pinkerson , Daniel Praid , Danielle Schleif , Michael Skolnik , Jennifer Tuft
Music : John Zorn
Photography : Mark Benjamin
Distributor : HBO Films
MPAA Rating : Rated R for language, some disturbing content and brief nudity.
IMDB ID : 0436686
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A documentary about the rise of anti-Semitism in the USA after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.


Chilling look at mankind at its worst, 9 August 2006 Author: FabD1 from France The movie uses the Protocolos of Zion as a pretext to take a ',fresh', look at current Jewish hatred and at its historical roots. The whole tone is not apologetic, I mean, the movie will probably fail to convince any antisemitic person that hating Jews is stupid and wrong. If the movie convinces of anything, it is that antisemitism is currently much more intense and widespread than most people who live in Western societies/countries would like to believe. Put simply, I feel that any decent and/or not too stupid nor brainwashed human being can only be shocked, first by the content of most of the interviews presented in the movie, second by the global world picture which emerges from the impeccable articulation of this material by the film makers. If you take it seriously, this movie is about humanity at its very worst. In some sense, it reminded me of the visit I undertook to a concentration camp a few years ago. You get disturbed, not only because you see innocent people being accused, molested and sometimes even killed, but also because those who hate Jews are human, just like you, and this means that somehow, somewhere, you are also capable of the same sort of horrible feelings and actions.I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone, with the possible exception of children. May we all one day understand that we are all the same.P.S.: One caveat: The zone 1 American DVD is extremely poor: it is widescreen alright, but it is not anamorphic and the transfer is possibly the poorest I have seen in the five years. The supplements are quite interesting, though.
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