You have clearly done a lot of films, and your own work in Shakespearean theater about stories that transcend their time. We’re coming on a time now when all the eyewitnesses to the Holocaust are dying, our survivors, witnesses. Do you think that the stories that make up the Holocaust will endure?
Well my gut instinct is that they will. I think, I think there are enough people beyond that generation who feel, who have inherited the wound of that time, that I think the impact of it will go on and on, and actually being here, today, you feel the energy of organizations and individuals and people determined to keep that knowledge alive. The teaching of the Holocaust. And all related, related genocides and horrors keep it present, I mean I think that’s a priority. I think there will always be an uphill battle though as time goes on and people shrug their shoulders… I don’t feel that there’s a lack of presence about determination to keep the facts of the Holocaust present and alive.