Holocaust “Masterpiece” Featuring Incest, Bestiality and Rape Causes Uproar at Venice Film Festival

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
September 5, 2019

The Holocaust is THE defining topic of mankind. If extraterrestrial life forms ever come to visit the planet, we’ll give them pamphlets to inform them about the horrors of the Holocaust and DVDs with movies like this one.

In fact, we’ll go ahead and put up a big space sign close to the Moon reading “Welcome to Earth! (The Holocaust happened here).”

Yahoo:

A searing adaptation of one of most controversial books about the Holocaust divided critics at the Venice film festival Wednesday, with some fighting each other in the dark to get out of its first screening.

“The Painted Bird”, based on Jerzy Kosinski’s highly contentious 1965 novel about a Jewish boy surviving the worst human nature can inflict on him in an unnamed Eastern European country, was hailed as a masterpiece by some and an unwatchable ordeal by others.

But its staggering central performance from nine-year-old Czech Roma boy Petr Kotlarwho witnesses a panoply of depravity from incest, bestiality and rape to mutilation and murder — has had co-stars Harvey Keitel and Stellan Skarsgard as well as the critics in raptures.

That did not stop some running for the exits at its first screening.

If anyone calls a film featuring incest, bestiality and rape “an unwatchable ordeal” then you can be pretty sure that person is a Nazi.

Any good goy will suffer in the name of understanding what the Jews went through.

In the very first scene, the boy’s pet ferret is taken from him by boorish peasants and burned alive.

The Hollywood Reporter called the black-and-white epic “heart-wrenching… and the ideal film treatment” of the novel, which itself sparked outrage in Kosinski’s native Poland when the writer first hinted that the story was autobiographical.

The Guardian’s Xan Brooks also heaped praise on Czech director Vaclav Marhoul for “never putting a foot wrong”, adding: “One day they’ll make a film about the first public screening” at Venice.

Deborah Young of The Hollywood Reporter also hailed it, but warned that it was an “emotional three-hour punch in the stomach“.

Marhoul defended the unremitting darkness of his adaptation — which has a happy ending, of sorts — insisting that “only in darkness can we see light. Shining through all the horrors is, for me, hope and love.”

So the Holocaust was a good thing, then. Thanks to it, Jews saw light and found hope and love.

Wait — actually, no, because it didn’t ever happen. But if it did happen, the Jews would enjoy being Holocausted. It is clear that the Holocaust is to Jews what 50 Shades of Gray is to women. 50 Lampshades of Gray.

He said the film was a warning of what can happen when Europe turns inward as it was doing now, drawing a parallel between the attitudes to migrant children fleeing wars in Syria, Libya and Afghanistan and the rejection and abuse his hero suffers.

Bad times are coming to Europe,” he told reporters.

“Looking at the populists who are running so many European countries at the moment like Hungary, Poland, Russia, in the Czech Republic too and of course the US.”

People not wanting random browns to invade their country or to pay for the mistakes of browns are literally Nazi Germany.

Because of the fury Kosinski sparked in Poland, the director decided to have most of the film’s sparse dialogue in Slavic Esperanto “so no nation would be associated with villagers” who mistreat the boy and hand him over to the Nazis.

Despite being accused of plagiarising other Polish books, Kosinski’s novel is still seen by many as a classic.

“When Kosinski said it was his autobiographical story he was lying,” Marhoul said.

In fact he spent the World War II with his parents among Polish villagers. And those villagers tried to save them… That’s not a big problem for the book (because it is fiction). But many people in Poland still think this book is about them.”

Yeah, it doesn’t matter what actually happened in what we call “reality.” What matters is that these things are real in the minds of the Jews.

These are their fantasies.

Thinking about the Holocaust gets their juices flowing. It is their obsession. They can’t stop talking about it. They can’t stop thinking about it.

They want it.

They NEED it.

They are BEGGING for it.

They don’t hate Hitler for Holocausting them, they hate Hitler for refusing to Holocaust them.

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