Falkenau, the Impossible: Samuel Fuller Bears Witness | Chicago Reader

Falkenau, the Impossible: Samuel Fuller Bears Witness

The very first film shot by the great American director Samuel Fuller was an amateur effort: as a U.S. army officer he filmed the liberation of a Nazi death camp in Czechoslovakia. French filmmaker Emil Weiss had the excellent idea of reviving this footage, getting Fuller to comment on it, and showing us various relevant locations in Europe today. Fuller's commanding presence—as a speaker, thinker, and moral conscience—makes this an unforgettable and indelible experience. He stresses the necessity of remembering the truth of the death camps, and of denouncing the lies and fabrications of early and more recent Nazi apologists.

Show Times

Sorry there are no upcoming showtimes for Falkenau, the Impossible: Samuel Fuller Bears Witness

Add a review

Rating

Select a star to rate.