“We’re doing our best to make the trauma known, the stories, to bring it to the people. We are the torch bearers. We have no choice.”
The Oscar-nominated actor opens up about his prescient turn as the Facebook co-founder, his new films “Resistance” and “Vivarium,” and the alarming rise of anti-Semitism.
Albert Speer was closer to the Fuhrer than any other henchman—yet he literally got away with mass murder. How do such things happen?
Putin turned Jerusalem’s Auschwitz commemoration into a triumphant spectacle publicly asserting his role as the new face of power in the Middle East.
They are part of an exhibition to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
“I mean, if I had been in Nazi Germany, it could not have been worse.”
The Yom Kippur attack on a synagogue raised alarms, but the rot of far-right anti-Semitism continues to spread. One reason: authorities won’t call it by its name.