How Claude Lanzmann Felt About Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds'

What it was like meeting Claude Lanzmann, the man who tried to understand the impossible

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French intellectuals Maxime Rodinson, Simone de Beauvoir, Claude Lanzmann, Regis Debray, Pierre Nora and Alain Finkielkraut pose at the Elysee palace, September 14, 1982.
French intellectuals Maxime Rodinson, Simone de Beauvoir, Claude Lanzmann, Regis Debray, Pierre Nora and Alain Finkielkraut pose at the Elysee palace, September 14, 1982.Credit: AFP
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