Hollywood and the Holocaust: Remembering The Pawnbroker

  title={Hollywood and the Holocaust: Remembering The Pawnbroker},
  author={Leonard J. Leff},
  journal={American Jewish History},
  pages={353 - 376}
The Pawnbroker est un film americain qui apparait sur les ecrans au cours des annees 1960. Il traite non seulement de l'annihilation des Juifs et de ses consequences, mais semble egalement etre une blessure encore ouverte. Adapte a l'ecran et produit par les Artistes Associes, le film est une histoire de repression et de survie. Derriere les scenes du film, on decouvre l'itineraire de producteurs independants qui, en association avec des acteurs, des artistes et des techniciens, creent le… 
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