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Avoiding the issues
Governor Paul LePage's "Gestapo" mess has largely subsided, but ripples remain — among them key insights into the squeamishness of Maine journalists, and the information thereby denied to the people of the Pine Tree State.
| July 27, 2012
Review: Free Men
In a little known footnote to the Holocaust, the head of the Paris mosque, Si Kaddour Ben Ghabrit, helped many Jews escape the Nazis.
Solidarity and mistrust in war-time Paris
| March 17, 2012
Apple loses its cool
Sheez, they’re getting awfully touchy out in Cupertino.
Once the underdog cult darling battling the evil empire, Apple is fighting an image problem — and critics, who say it’s betrayed the digital revolution
| May 14, 2010
Review: Flame and Citron
The two Danish Resistance fighters of the title ( Flammen og Citronen in the Danish original) don't have nearly as much fun killing Nazis as do Quentin Tarantino's Basterds.
Scandanavian Nazi-assassin film gets a bit bogged down
| September 04, 2009
Hot Nazi beach reads
Nazis aren't blitzing just the movie screens this year, though — they're also invading the bookstores, with battalions of novels and non-fiction tomes published or upcoming.
The new wave of Reich books: pop genres, good Germans
| August 21, 2009
How do people become fanatics? When does individual conscience take a stand?
Two films on being fanatic
| October 27, 2008
Don't expect too much
"We think we will be paid. We think we will be paid in full."
Politics and other mistakes
| August 12, 2008
A child of Hitler
This article originally appeared in the February 1, 1983 issue of the Boston Phoenix.
Growing up in the Third Reich (a memoir)
| January 30, 2008
Oh, the holidays.
No one can be ruder than your family, and the holidays provide the perfect stage for the kindest cuts of all
| December 10, 2007
Ordure in the court
“He couldn’t be a terrorist, living in a cellar and eating canned food,” says a perceptive friend of the notorious French attorney Jacques Vergès.
Barbet Schroeder’s L’avocat de la terreur
| November 06, 2007
Secrets and spies
Paul Verhoeven has made a brilliant study of the origins and consequences of Fascism. That film, of course, is Starship Troopers.
Black Book ’s mismatched conventions
| April 11, 2007
Only in The Movies
The Movies , released by Activision in late 2005, is a video game that lays out a simple, beautiful tool set that empowers its players to create their own films.
A virtual movie studio gives hope to gamers who really want to direct
| August 11, 2006
Out of the shadows
Jean-Pierre Melville's L’armée des ombres was dismissed and forgotten and only now is receiving US release.
Jean-Pierre Melville’s rediscovered gem
| June 14, 2006
Sophie Scholl: Die Letzten Tage|Sophie Scholl: The Last Days
Germans dealing with the Nazi period have to excavate for local heroes who opposed Hitler’s regime in a forthright, courageous way.
Talky Oscar nominee inferior to other films on the subject
| March 10, 2006
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