“I respectfully request a moratorium on Holocaust films,” writes Stewart Klawans on the Jewish culture site, Nextbook. “By continually replaying and reframing and reinventing the past, these movies are starting to cloud the very history they claim to commemorate. Call it the law of diminishing returns — or call it a paradox that mirrors the Torah’s famously self-contradictory commandment at the end of Parshat Ki Tetze, concerning the people who were the prototype of Nazi Germany: ‘Thou shalt blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven; thou shalt not forget.’ Very soon, with Holocaust movies, we’ll need to forget if we want to remember.”