Benjamin Murmelstein

If Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah was a riposte to Hannah Arendt’s “banality of evil” thesis, his new film is a retort to her unflattering portrait of ghetto leaders. It. . .

Mark Lilla
Nov. 26 2013 12:00AM

Revisiting, in a new movie, his interview of a Jewish “elder” of Theresienstadt in Shoah (1985), Claude Lanzmann has replaced detachment with anguish and outrage.

Jack Schwartz
Oct. 29 2013 12:00AM