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Lanzmann was commissioned by the Israeli officials to make what they thought would be a two-hour film, delivered in 18 months, about the Holocaust from "the viewpoint of the Jews".<ref name=nytimes2>{{cite web| url=http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/07/movies/07shoah.html?pagewanted=all| title=Maker of ‘Shoah’ Stresses Its Lasting Value| date=6 December 2010| work=The New York Times| author=Larry Rohter| accessdate=9 September 2013}}</ref><ref name=brody/> Although none of his family were killed in the Holocaust, Lanzmann became obsessed by the project.<ref name=nytimes2/> Over 350 hours of raw footage were recorded, including the verbatim questions, answers and interpreters translations.''Shoah'' took eleven years to make.<ref name=austin>{{cite book |last=Austin |first=Guy |title=Contemporary French Cinema: An Introduction |location=New York |publisher=Manchester University Press |year=1996 |page=24 |isbn=0-7190-4610-6 }}</ref> It was plagued with financial problems, difficulties in tracking down interviewees and threats to Lanzmann's life. The film was unusual in that it did not include any historical footage, relying instead on interviewing witnesses and visiting the crime scenes.<ref name=nytimes1/> Four feature length films have since been released from the [[outtakes]].
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MONSE WAS HERE WITH LEO IN THE BED Lanzmann was commissioned by the Israeli officials to make what they thought would be a two-hour film, delivered in 18 months, about the Holocaust from "the viewpoint of the Jews".<ref name=nytimes2>{{cite web| url=http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/07/movies/07shoah.html?pagewanted=all| title=Maker of ‘Shoah’ Stresses Its Lasting Value| date=6 December 2010| work=The New York Times| author=Larry Rohter| accessdate=9 September 2013}}</ref><ref name=brody/> Although none of his family were killed in the Holocaust, Lanzmann became obsessed by the project.<ref name=nytimes2/> Over 350 hours of raw footage were recorded, including the verbatim questions, answers and interpreters translations.''Shoah'' took eleven years to make.<ref name=austin>{{cite book |last=Austin |first=Guy |title=Contemporary French Cinema: An Introduction |location=New York |publisher=Manchester University Press |year=1996 |page=24 |isbn=0-7190-4610-6 }}</ref> It was plagued with financial problems, difficulties in tracking down interviewees and threats to Lanzmann's life. The film was unusual in that it did not include any historical footage, relying instead on interviewing witnesses and visiting the crime scenes.<ref name=nytimes1/> Four feature length films have since been released from the [[outtakes]].
   
 
Some German interviewees were reluctant to talk, and refused to be filmed so Lanzmann resorted to using a [[hidden camera]]. Some of the most controversial interviews were obtained in this way, conspicuous by their grainy, black and white appearance.<ref name=nytimes1/> During one interview, the covert recording was discovered and Lanzmann was physically attacked. He was hospitalized for a month and charged by the authorities with "unauthorized use of the German airwaves".<ref name=brody/>
 
Some German interviewees were reluctant to talk, and refused to be filmed so Lanzmann resorted to using a [[hidden camera]]. Some of the most controversial interviews were obtained in this way, conspicuous by their grainy, black and white appearance.<ref name=nytimes1/> During one interview, the covert recording was discovered and Lanzmann was physically attacked. He was hospitalized for a month and charged by the authorities with "unauthorized use of the German airwaves".<ref name=brody/>
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