Film show: Jonathan Glazer’s ‘The Zone of Interest’ examines evil without showing horror

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Based on a novel by Martin Amis, Jonathan Glazer’s award-winning film “The Zone of Interest” follows the family of a Nazi officer who are happily living their lives right next door to Auschwitz. Film critic Lisa Nesselson confirms it’s as powerful as it sounds, while FRANCE 24’s Andrew Hilliar takes a look at the debate over film depictions of the Holocaust. We also take a look at “Argylle”, a new spy comedy from Matthew Vaughn with a star-studded cast including Henry Cavill and pop star Dua Lipa. We finish with a new musical film adaptation of “The Color Purple”, based on Alice Walker’s 1982 novel.

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