Forced March

Fresh Relevance For Shoah Film About Hungary

‘Forced March’ has ‘unfortunate timeliness’ given rising anti-Semitism, says NYU film professor who is one of the producers re-releasing the 1989 movie.
10/28/2013 - 20:00
Special To The Jewish Week

About two-thirds of the way through the film “Forced March,” the director throws up his hands in despair about ever capturing the reality of the Shoah. “No matter how close we get, we can’t get close enough.”

Jews are rounded up by soldiers in World War II Hungary a scene from “Forced March.” Photo courtesy Forced March, LLC
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