A Film That Really Shook Me

I see an absurd number of films every year, compared to the normal person. And the vast majority of them, good or bad, don't leave that much of an impression any more. So when a movie stirs me to the point that I throw my notes across the room and start screaming at the video screen, you can bet something is going on.

Yoav Shamir's Defamation, an elegantly structured documentary about the political uses of contemporary anti-Semitism, had that effect on me. My review of it is here. I hope that if you see it, it affects you as strongly.