EYES OF THE HOLOCAUST (János Szász, 2002)

Hungary’s János Szász, whose both parents were Holocaust survivors, is the brilliant writer-director of Woyzeck (1994), which updates Büchner’s play as a twentieth-century dead-end/abstraction. The film astonishes, as does Szász’s throbbingly humane A Holocaust Szemei, which is included in the anthology Broken Silence produced by James Moll, co-founder of the Shoah Foundation.      The first “eyes” […]