Killing Kasztner: the Jew who dealt with Nazis (DVD)
- Instructional Video
Originally produced in 2008. In English and Hebrew with English subtitles. Additional content on special bonus DVD.
"Hero or traitor? Rezso Kasztner, known as the Jewish Schindler, negotiated face to face with Adolf Eichmann, rescuing 1700 Jews on a train to Switzerland, and may have saved tens of thousands more lives. Yet Kasztner was condemned as a traitor in his adopted country of Israel; accused as a collaborator in a trial and verdict that divided a nation and forever stamped him as the 'man who sold his soul to the devil.' It was a verdict overturned by Israel's Supreme Court but too late for Kasztner. He was ultimately assassinated by Jewish right wing extremists in Tel Aviv in 1957."
A film by Gaylen Ross; director and producer, Gaylen Ross; producer, Andrew Cohen; producers, Noam Shalev, Gus D. Samios, Anne Feinsilber; written by Gaylen Ross and Andrew Cohen. Executive producer, Tony Tabatznik; produced with the support of Riverside Management Group; cinematography, Robert Richman, Roni Kaldaron, Yoav Kosh, Boaz Eshtai, Mani Elias; music by Blake Leyh; musical performances by Shlomit Aharon and the Efroni Choir; editors: Gaylen Ross, Andrew Ford, Laure Sullivan.