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Scared again : Jews in Berlin 1993

Author: Thomas HoepkerKiki MiyakeEric SchefterJonathan GrupperKathrin BriglAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : First Run/Icarus Films, ©1993.
Series: Magnum eye.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : German
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The fall of the Berlin Wall gave rise not only to a unified German national pride, but to a resurgence of neo-Nazism and intolerance as well. In this film five Jews who are seeking their place in post-Wall Berlin are interviewed. Two, survivors of the concentration camps, tell of being assaulted by neo-Nazis, and of finding Jewish gravemakers vandalized. Three younger Jews, including the founder of the Jewish  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hoepker; Kiki Miyake; Eric Schefter; Jonathan Grupper; Kathrin Brigl; Arnold Munter; Irene Runge; Stefan Heym; Holly Jane Rohlins; First Run/Icarus Films; Magnum Photos, inc.; Little Magic Productions; Terebi Tōkyō, Kabushiki Kaisha
OCLC Number: 79735896
Notes: Documentary.
In German with English subtitles.
Credits: Produced by Kiki Miyake ; editor, Eric Schefter ; story consultant, Jonathan Grupper.
Performer(s): Participants: Kathrin Brigl, Arnold Munter, Irene Runge, Stefan Heym, Holly Jane Rohlins, et al...
Description: 1 videocassette (ca. 12 in.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Magnum eye.
Other Titles: Scared again, Jews in Berlin 1993
Jews in Berlin 1993
Responsibility: Little Magic Productions, Inc. ; in association with Magnum Photos, Inc. and TV Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd. ; directed and photographed by Thomas Hoepker.

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The fall of the Berlin Wall gave rise not only to a unified German national pride, but to a resurgence of neo-Nazism and intolerance as well. In this film five Jews who are seeking their place in post-Wall Berlin are interviewed. Two, survivors of the concentration camps, tell of being assaulted by neo-Nazis, and of finding Jewish gravemakers vandalized. Three younger Jews, including the founder of the Jewish Cultural Association, explain their encounters with the new prejudice, and of their efforts to enlighten and change the future of the united Germany. Although fear exists, a new sense of Jewish identity, solidarity, and strengh is emerging.

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