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Henryk M. Broder

12.08.2010   11:12   +Feedback

V for Victory

At first glance, “Dancing Auschwitz”—the title of Korman’s little work of art—is a film that breaks a taboo. At second glance it’s a provocation and at third glance a clever response to the question of how one can commemorate something that has long since been ground into historic gravel in the quarry of the “culture of remembrance”—at conferences and seminars, in films and television series, at demonstrations and commemorative events, where speakers, decades too late, call upon their listeners to “nip things in the bud.” In other words, it’s an attempt to offer an approach to counter the mindless rituals, one that celebrates the power of life rather than commemorating death as the final culmination of human failure. http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,711247,00.html

Siehe auch: Ein paar Schritte wagen
http://www.fr-online.de/kultur/debatte/ein-paar-schritte-wagen/-/1473340/4551458/-/index.html
http://www.tagesspiegel.de/meinung/i-will-survive/1903052.html
http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,5904070,00.html

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