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Ever Again (2006)

Not Rated | | Documentary, History, War | 8 December 2006 (USA)
Ever Again examines the sweeping resurgence of antisemitism in 21st century Europe and its connection to global terrorism.

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Dyab Abou Jahjah ...
Himself - Founder, Arab European League (as Abou Jahjah)
Milo Adoner ...
Himself - French Holocaust Survivor of Auschwitz
Yusuf Al-Qaradawi ...
Himself - Iman & Spiritual Advisor to Al-Jazeera (archive footage)
Hani Al-Sibai ...
Himself - Al-Maqreze Centre for Historical Studies, London
Jean-Francois Bastin ...
Himself - Founder, Young Moslems Party, Belgium
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Himself - British Prime Minister (archive footage)
Pascal Boniface ...
Himself - French Socialist Leader (archive footage)
José Bové ...
Himself - French Anti-Globalist (archive footage)
Alexander Brenner ...
Himself - Former President Berlin Jewish Community Holocaust Survivor (as Dr. Alexander Brenner)
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Himself - Author (archive footage)
Alexandre Del Valle ...
Himself - Author & Expert on European Extremist Groups
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Rashid (voice)
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Himself - Author & Professor of Law, Harvard University
Dieudonné ...
Himself - French Comic (archive footage)
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Ever Again examines the sweeping resurgence of antisemitism in 21st century Europe and its connection to global terrorism.

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Excellent, but I wonder just how effective it might be...
9 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is a film about the rise of antisemitism--particularly in Europe. However, I wonder how effective such a film is, as those who hate Jews would probably never watch it or see the whole thing as some plot by international Jewry. So, this might be a case of 'preaching to the choir'--addressing these concerns to people who already know and appreciate the anti-Jewish tide that has arisen in recent years.

The film is narrated by Kevin Costner, though there really is little narration. Mostly it's made up of interviews of those who recognize the evil of antisemitism and well as film clips of those who espouse or condone it. It's all very effectively put together and compelling. But, there is a recent push to understand and appreciate the Muslim world (not a bad idea) that also seems to be a move, by some, to excuse evil perpetrated by a small group of extremist Muslims. And this, whether people realize it or not, contributes to the hatred and antisemitism that is currently growing. Love the Muslims--hate the Muslim extremists.

By the way, one part of the film was NOT done well. There is a super-brief clip of a dramatization of the "Protocols of Zion" but it flashed by very quickly AND there was little explanation. The "Protocols" was a book of fiction that CLAIMED to be a Jewish plot to rule the world and do evil--and gives many an excuse to hate Jews. The clip they showed but did NOT explain was supposedly a Christian boy who was about to be murdered so his bones could be made into bread!! It's sure hard to believe that anyone would fall for this sort of crazy crap.


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