Roger Ebert examines Claude Lanzmann’s landmark 9-hour documentary about the Holocaust
Shoah (dir. Claude Lanzmann, 1985)
What is so important about “Shoah” is that the voices are heard of people who did see, who did understand, who did comprehend, who were there, who know that the Holocaust happened, who tell us with their voices and with their eyes that genocide occurred in our time, in our civilization.