Son of Saul: Defending Irrationality

Nathan Le Master May 21, 2016 Until I saw László Nemes’ Oscar winner, Son of Saul, my favorite Holocaust films were Schindler’s List and Life is Beautiful. In the characters of Oskar Schindler and the fictional Guido, we’re given stories that are tragically sentimental, bearing testimony to the beauty of resistance against an absolutely evil oppressor. Turning on Son of Saul, I anticipated a similar … Continue reading Son of Saul: Defending Irrationality