O que se diz lá fora sobre A FILM UNFINISHED, de Yael Hersonski:
«Remarkable as much for its speculative restraint as for its philosophical reach.»
Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times.
«It stands as a unique film-within-a-film, of significance for the historical value of the raw images, the memories they spur and internal evidence of how the Nazis staged scenes long assumed to be real.»
Todd McCarthy, Variety.
«Hersonski enriches this evidence by bringing in survivors of the ghetto, who tell stories of life there while watching the film themselves.»
John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.
«Hersonski quietly and insistently unravels reality from "reality"; her commitment to archival authenticity is its own tribute to those no longer able to testify.»
Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.
«The first Holocaust movie that's actually about another Holocaust movie, and in some peculiar way it brings us closer to the terror and tragedy of the original event.»
Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com.