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February 27, 2016

My thoughts about the movie entitled “Son of Saul”

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, movies — furtherglory @ 8:34 am

If there is anyone in the world who has not heard about the movie entitled “Son of Saul,” you can read about it on Wikipedia at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Son_of_Saul

I wrote about this movie in a previous blog post at https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/how-europe-killed-itself-committed-suicide-is-the-theme-of-a-new-film-by-laslo-nemes/

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I finally had a chance to see this movie yesterday, and I was APPALLED, as Simon Cowell used to say when he was a judge on the American Idol TV show several years ago.

The movie was playing at a large theater complex which has several theaters.  I assumed that this show would be playing in the largest theater and that I would have to arrive early in order to get a good seat.

I arrived early, but there was no indication, at the theater, that this movie was playing that day.  According to the online information about this theater, the first showing would be at 11 a.m. At a quarter to 11, there was no sign of a movie, so I decided to have something to eat at a nearby restaurant.  An hour later, I went back to the theater and found that the movie would be starting soon.

I had gotten there just in time, but to my surprise, the movie was playing in a small theater which had no access for the disabled.  I can barely walk, and I had to take my life in my hands to walk into a darkened theater which had no hand rails to hold on to. Most of the people in the audience were senior citizens. Young people would have no chance of understanding this movie.

Finally the movie started — and the picture on the screen was out of focus.  When I used to go to the movies, back in the old days, this would happen very often.  The people in the theater would stomp their feet and shout at the man in the booth who was in charge of showing the film.  I was expecting this to happen, but no one in the audience said a word.

Finally, the picture came into focus, and the first thing that I saw was the main character breathing heavily.  This went on for a long time until everyone in the audience was sick of it.  I interpreted all this to mean that the film maker wanted everyone in the audience to know that this is a Jewish film, and if you don’t like it, get out now, you unworthy goyim!

The following quote, about the film is from Wikipedia:

Son of Saul (Hungarian: Saul fia) is a 2015 Hungarian drama film directed by László Nemes and co-written by Nemes and Clara Royer. It is set in the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II, and follows a day-and-a-half in the life of Saul Ausländer (played by Géza Röhrig), a Hungarian member of the Sonderkommando.[5]

The members of the Sonderkommando were Jews who served for 3 months, and were then allegedly killed.  Only the last batch of Sonderkommando Jews was marched out of the camp, so that these men could tell their stories to future generations.

The main character in the movie has a red X on the back of his shirt and that is what we see throughout more than half the movie. The actor, who plays the part, is a handsome man, and I assumed that the film maker did not want to show too much of him because this is supposed to be a horror movie.

There are no handsome German characters in the film, except for one man, and all of the Germans speak in a harsh voice.  There are virtually no female characters in the film.

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When we finally get to the scene where the rabbi performs the Jewish ritual for the dead, this lasts for only a few seconds.

The whole theme of the movie is this:  Germans are bad and Jews are good. The Germans killed the Jews for no reason and now the whole world has to suffer by watching movies like this.

24 Comments »

  1. Ugh, it just won Oscar for best foreign film:
    http://www.nytimes.com/live/academy-awards-2016/best-foreign-language-film-son-of-saul

    Comment by 666isMONEY — February 28, 2016 @ 9:01 pm

    • Yes, thanks — I was about to note that.

      To state it plainly: there were no gas chambers, so there was no Sonderkommando, and therefore all the people claiming to have been members of the Sonderkommando are liars — so this continues the tradition of the Academy awarding Oscars to films about the ‘Holocaust’ that are filled with lies and liars, from beginning to end — here I am thinking of Spielberg’s The Last Days, which featured such outstanding liars as Paul Parks and the impossible-to-top Irene Zisblatt.

      Comment by eah — March 1, 2016 @ 1:38 am

  2. Noteworthy that this movie had been shown in a small not confortable theater room. Had it been shown in any TV Channel? Hope that no school class had been brought in the theater to watch this movie. I myself hardly believe the story and regret that such a movie had been even produced. Clear?

    Comment by Wolf Murmelstein — February 28, 2016 @ 12:17 pm

    • No movies are shown on TV until they have been shown in a theater for a long time. School children would have a very hard time understanding the movie. The language spoken in the movie is German or Hungarian. I could understand most of the German words and but not the Hungarian words. The words were translated into English on the screen, but viewers had to be very fast readers, as everything happened very fast. This is not a movie for children. Even adults will have a hard time understanding it unless they are Holocaust experts.

      Comment by furtherglory — February 28, 2016 @ 12:26 pm

    • Wolf We will make a believer out of you yet.
      I actually should say non believer.

      JR

      Comment by jrizoli — February 28, 2016 @ 12:57 pm

      • I was gonna ask who the imposter is,that took Wolfmans place. That damn sure don’t sound like him at all. I was knocked over on that one.

        Comment by Tim — February 28, 2016 @ 1:55 pm

      • FURTHERGLORY, jrizoli. I am considered as “special child survivor” due to historical position of my late Father. I researched WWII and SHOAH history since I was a youngster I belive in G’D and so I feel the duty to look for the historical truth and save the memory of the victims in a respectfull way: praying and studying. So I am critical, at least, about the shoah business,

        Comment by Wolf Murmelstein — February 28, 2016 @ 11:57 pm

        • Wolf you heart might be in the right place but your allegiance with the Tribe is shortsighted.
          They have run you down the rabbit hole with no return. They have concocted a fictional story that centers on horror and death keeps coming back for more with contradictions and outright lies. They have forgotten about life and the good that is out there, but then again it’s all about the Jews right?

          If that is the game you want to play with all the other HoloHuxsters here then good luck with that.
          I tend to deal with the real world, what adds up or doesn’t and the hell with everyone else.
          If people want to grab hold of stupid than that is what they will get back in return.
          So for you to even rub shoulders with wackos associated with the HoloHoax then that makes you look like a lunatic.

          Jim Rizoli
          CCFIILE.COM
          RIZOLITV.COM
          IHR.ORG
          VHO.ORG

          Comment by jrizoli — February 29, 2016 @ 8:39 am

          • You have to remember that Wolf was a small child during World War II and he was scared to death. Little American children, like me, were also afraid during World War II although there was not much danger in places like Missouri, where I lived.

            Comment by furtherglory — February 29, 2016 @ 9:05 am

          • jrizzoli. you are the best performing player in shoah business negationist division as lacking of any respect for human feelings and painfull records and in no way interested in studying historical backgrounds of events occured and so earning high profit with racist audiences.

            Comment by Wolf Murmelstein — February 29, 2016 @ 10:41 am

            • I have watched the videos done by Jrizzoli. I got the impression that he had great respect for the feelings of the people whom he was interviewing. His whole life is “studying historical backgrounds of events.” I am very impressed by his work.

              Comment by furtherglory — February 29, 2016 @ 12:41 pm

              • FURTHERGLORY. I can only refer to the very hurting comments of jrizoli on this blog site. At any rate had jrizoli ever interviewed a Shoah survivor?

                Comment by Wolf Murmelstein — March 1, 2016 @ 12:49 am

                • Who do you suggest I interview. It seems like most of the interviews of these people are out in left field. I would feel really weird Interviewing them unless I could ask them real tough questions that would get them thinking about what really happened. So if I could do that and I could present them information that might even show what they are saying is not correct I would be happy to do that if they can prove me wrong great but I don’t think they’ll be able to. Lot of these people don’t even know what camp they were in they have no clue what happened they just taking in information from everybody else and make it into their own.

                  JR

                  Comment by jrizoli — March 1, 2016 @ 7:02 am

                • Hey big W. Tryin to find an answer here. Has anybody ever recognized the contribution the Jew prisoners made to the “space race “. You know,the ones exposed to extremes of hot and cold. Some were put into pressure chambers. I know they were unwilling participants,but the data from those experiments helped put a man on the moon among other things. I just figure they should be recognized. Thanks

                  Comment by Tim — March 1, 2016 @ 8:18 am

    • Clear?

      Thanks for your honesty about this Wolf.

      Comment by eah — March 1, 2016 @ 2:03 am

  3. This is the Holocaust movie I want to see… “The king of comedy made “The Day the Clown Cried” in 1972 only to shelve it forever amid criticism of its Holocaust storyline and rumors that it is unwatchable.

    But now the BBC has uncovered a large collection of images for an online documentary about the strange movie, in which Lewis plays a Jewish clown named Helmut Doork who is arrested for mocking Hitler and is sent to a concentration camp, where he entertains children before they are murdered.”

    http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/bbc-film-explores-jerry-lewis-flop-day-clown-cried-article-1.2488498

    Comment by who dares wings — February 27, 2016 @ 4:43 pm

  4. “Finally the movie started — and the picture on the screen was out of focus. When I used to go to the movies, back in the old days, this would happen very often. The people in the theater would stomp their feet and shout at the man in the booth who was in charge of showing the film. I was expecting this to happen, but no one in the audience said a word.”

    Yes – that’s a good example of how our masters have trained us over the years to be docile and obedient, and not to complain or yell out in public. You’re quite right – a post-war audience would be shouting out loudly after about 30 seconds. Today though, you would probably be regarded as a troublemaker or a “terrorist” – and a squad of armed police would be summoned to taser you, and then go round to your home to search your property and shoot your pet dog.

    Comment by Talbot — February 27, 2016 @ 12:15 pm

  5. “Most of the people in the audience were senior citizens. Young people would have no chance of understanding this movie.”

    The lack of young people in the audience is a very good sign – they don’t want to waste their time and money watching all this nonsense. And as you say, FG, they wouldn’t have a clue of what its all about anyway.

    Comment by Talbot — February 27, 2016 @ 10:07 am

    • Just another horror movie for the kids….they have seen them all.
      Probably pretty boring to them. No computers or cell phones in the script.

      JR

      Comment by jrizoli — February 27, 2016 @ 10:22 am

  6. FURTHERGLORY. I sincerely regret that You have vasted time with this movie.
    JETT RUCKER. The message of any true Shoah memorialization is that the Nazis – so German as Hungarian, Croatian, etc ones – behaved in a cruel way forgetting, by effect of hatred doctrine preaching, to be humans. Not only Jews but also German democrats or comunists, Austrian nationalists, Poles, Gypsies, etc. had to face the Nazi hatred.

    Comment by Wolf Murmelstein — February 27, 2016 @ 9:24 am

  7. “Son of Sam” movie would be better. Hey,you got Berkowitz in the movie. He’s part Jew . He claimed his assertion of being possessed by satan was a lie (aka hoax). So he’d fit right in here.

    Comment by Tim — February 27, 2016 @ 9:21 am

  8. Would you expect any less? This is what the HoloHoax is all about Lies lies lies, and the gullible goyim believe it.
    The only way the HoloHoax can work is if the false story is presented. Death, horror, mayhem, anything that portrays Jews as victims and Germans as the bad guys.
    I guess you either get it or you don’t, the Holocaust is the biggest scam that ever came down the pike and many are brought in the scam and they don’t even no it.
    Follow the money and it will start making sense to you. Black is white and white is black. Hard to believe with most history it’s judged on the movie versions.
    The truth is out there but it will take some investigation to find it. Some good links below to start you on your quest. FG site is a good one when on target…some post from years ago need some tweaking and updating.

    Jim Rizoli
    CCFIILE.COM
    RIZOLITV.COM
    IHR.ORG
    VHO.ORG

    Comment by jrizoli — February 27, 2016 @ 9:13 am

  9. Holocaust memorialization would have nothing in it if it didn’t have the message that Germans (like Palestinians) are subhumans. Subhumans who once had the effrontery to deal sternly with the world’s only super race, the Jews. The Palestinians are heading for the same purgatory at breakneck speed. And obviously, they’ll languish there FOREVER.

    Comment by Jett Rucker — February 27, 2016 @ 9:04 am


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