This documentary, which basically uses archive footage and was made rather hurriedly in about a week's time according to "shadow director" David Cole/Stein, is rather good. It was made for a US/Mexican film festival, and has not reached a wide audience (yet?). It presents several contemporary cases of people being prosecuted for revisionist historical research (labelled "Holocaust denial" by their opponents), e.g. Ernst Zündel, Germar Rudolf, and Bradley Smith. It gives these people a human face and shows the costs they have had to pay. The documentary succeeds, despite the limited resources it commanded, to make its points rather well and will be highly informative on the state of free speech in the West relating to this particular historical issue.
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