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October 07, 1994 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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Moscow (JTA) —After months of
delay and the threat of danger,
the epic Holocaust film
Schindler's List is finally ap-
pearing on Russian movie
screens.
The Oscar-winning film about
a German Nazi industrialist who
saved Jews during the Holocaust
had originally been scheduled to
open in June, but the premiere
was postponed because produc-
er-director Steven Spielberg was
too busy to attend the event.
A month later, security forces
arrested members of the Were-
wolf gang of Russian neo-Nazis,
who had planned to burn down
Moscow cinemas screening the
film.
Nicolette Kirk, the film's dis-
tributor in Russia for East- West
Creative Associates, said she had
recently made contact with the
American and Israeli embassies
as well as the Russian Interior
Ministry, and "they had no in-
formation about attacks on cine-
mas."
The film opened Sept. 12 in
Moscow with relatively little fan-
fare: Mr. Spielberg was not pre-
sent, nor were any of the actors.
Yet public interest appears to
be vast. The daily newspaper
Izvestia recently published a fa-
vorable, full-page preview, and
the film has attracted comment
from such prominent Russians
as economist Yegor Gaidar, who
said 'The inoculation against fas-
cism is only good for 50 years. I
would like wholeheartedly to
thank the artist for understand-
ing this ahead of time."
After opening in Moscow and
St. Petersburg, the film is sched-
uled to roll out to 20 Russian
cities, including Yekaterinburg,
Novosibirsk, Samara and Mur-
mansk.
Ms. Kirk said she expects the
film to be greatly successful, de-
spite the fact that many Russians
have already seen it on pirated
videocassettes.

Deportees Plaque
Is Defaced

Amsterdam (JTA) — Swastikas
and other Nazi slogans were
daubed by unknown vandals on
a monument at the site of the for-
mer Vught concentration camp
one day after it was unveiled last
week.
The defacements were daubed
in white paint.
They were immediately re-
moved and a second gathering
was held Wednesday afternoon
to honor the 2,800 men, mostly
members of the Dutch resistance,
who in the autumn of 1944 were
taken from there to Sachsen-
! hausen, in Germany.

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