Ever Again (2006)

Genres - Culture & Society  |   Sub-Genres - Law & Crime, Race & Ethnicity, Religions & Belief Systems, Social Issues  |   Release Date - Dec 8, 2006 (USA - Limited)  |   Run Time - 73 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Mark Deming

The insidious rise of anti-Semitism in the 21st century is examined in this documentary from filmmaker Richard Trank. In a world where tolerance is supposedly the watchword, politically, spiritually and historically-based slander against Jews is making a surprising comeback, as radical Moslems encourage violence against Jews, political leaders espouse anti-Israeli policies in the name of supporting the rights of Palestinians, right-wing skinheads recruit teenagers into their ranks, and commentators often cite the Jewish state for crimes which are ignored when committed by other nations. Ever Again presents damning evidence of rising anti-Jewish sentiment in France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and features interviews with Alan Dershowitz, Nicolas Sarkozy, Louise Ellman and Dr. Judea Pearl. Ever Again was produced with the cooperation of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles.



anti-Semitism, apathy, Europe, extremist, hate-crime, Islam, Neo-Nazi, resurgence, terrorism, violence