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We are good at explaining to ourselves why we do what we do, we are even better at finding reasons to do nothing.
“Amen," a film by Costa-Gavras, is an exploration of the Catholic Church’s failure to speak out against the Holocaust even they they knew what was happening.
He tells the priest that they tried to negotiate using Hungarian Jews on their way to death.... no one was interested.
Saw this, and didn’t think of reviewing it until I saw how many others offered comments as if this movie had some substantive history lesson in it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by empireJB
Absolute must see for those still interested in learning about the Holocaust. The extra one hour documentary done by the BBC (of all people) is worth the price of the DVD itself! Read morePublished 28 days ago by Harold Reisman
there is one scene in this move that will never leave you wondering about the suffering that was ignored by many not just the church. a keeper hard to watch thoughPublished 3 months ago by SANGHA WOMAN
This movie is so believable. We would all like to think that all people are good and especially the church. Yet they turned their backs on the slaughter of the Jews. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JanJan
Very good movie. Not high budget, not very fancy but clear and effective. A somewhat different take which can show the horror in offices, fancy Vatican rooms, and talks among some... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M.S.