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Forgiving Dr. Mengele


"Surprisingly uplifting...impossible not to be moved."- New York Times

"Highly Recommended!"- New York Magazine

"Riveting!"- Village Voice

"Compelling and provocative!"- Los Angeles Times

"A genuinely thoughtful vehicle for discussion, debate and real thought."- Jewish Week

"Its subject ennobles !… (Kor is) determined, indomitable, and by the end of the movie, a symbol herself of both survival and mercy."- Chicago Tribune

"What a surprisingly inspirational film this one turns out to be …Well worth the viewing"
- Hollywood Report Card

"A doc that gets us to think twice about the true meaning of the phrase 'forgive and
- Orlando Weekly

"Psychologically complex and politically resonant."- Chicago Reader

"Takes one's breath away."- Der Spiegel

"Forgiving Dr. Mengele is a provocative film is the most important sense of the term. It demands that the viewer ask the most important of questions. Is forgiveness possible? Are there crimes and criminals who cannot be forgiven? The film is both interesting and demanding. No one can view it without engaging the subject and without understanding that one can ask difficult questions and resist simple answers."- Michael Berenbaum, Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute and Professor at the University of Judaism, and former Project Director and later Director of the Research Institute at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, and former President and CEO of the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation.