The Memory of Justice

The third of Marcel Ophüls’ monumental inquiries into the questions of individual and collective guilt following the calamities of war and genocide, The Memory of Justice examines three of the defining tragedies of the Western world in the second half of the 20th century, from the Nuremberg trials through the French-Algerian war to the disaster of Vietnam, building from a vast range of interviews, from Telford Taylor (Counsel for the Prosecution at Nuremberg, later a harsh critic of our escalating involvement in Vietnam) to Nazi architect Albert Speer to Daniel Ellsberg and Joan Baez.
https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2015/films/the-memory-of-justice/

Year:
1976
Length:
278 minutes
Country:
Director:
Marcel Ophüls

Shown at

  1. Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival - 2015

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