Three Minutes: A Lengthening

An original and incisive meditation on history, memory, memorials and the very nature of celluloid.

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Three Minutes: A Lengthening

So long as we are watching history, history is not over. Three minutes of footage, shot by David Kurtz in 1938, are the only moving images remaining of the Jewish inhabitants of Nasielsk, Poland before the Holocaust. THREE MINUTES: A LENGTHENING explores the human stories hidden within the celluloid.

PG
Genre
Documentary, History, Jewish Culture
Runtime
72
Language
English, Polish, German, Yiddish
Director
Bianca Stigter
Writer(s)
Bianca Stigter
Cast
Helena Bonham Carter (narrator)
FEATURED REVIEW
Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

He turned into a celluloid detective, first figuring out where the footage was shot—Nasielsk, Poland—and then trying to find anyone who could fill in the history of this place and its people, quickly learning that almost all of them were killed during the Holocaust. Fewer than 100 people from ...

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