To understand the evolution of the Holocaust as a cultural reference point, look to Hollywood as your guide. The role of the Shoah on film – whether as subject, symbol or metaphor – reflects the way it is discussed and debated in society. And from examining its appearance in films over the past few decades, we see a complicated development from sacred to nearly profane.
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