Claude Lanzmann interviews Maurice Rossel, a Swiss official of the International Red Cross during World War II, who wrote a favorable report of Theresienstadt, a “model” Jewish ghetto that was in reality a death camp.
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Hour-long interview that didn't make it into Shoah. We learn of all the measures taken by the Germans prior to the inspection to make it look somewhat humane. If you liked Shoah, this will be a good companion piece. I dislike Lanzmann's interview style of repeating things the subjects says and reading their old journals and records back to them to trip them up on details. He's a bit of a prick, that Lanzmann.