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Le dernier des injustes (2013)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $40,563Details
International Box Office $19,327Details
Worldwide Box Office $59,890
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $95,465 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $45,849 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $141,314
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1975. In Rome, Claude Lanzmann filmed a series of interviews with Benjamin Murmelstein, the last President of the Jewish Council in the Theresienstadt ghetto in Czechoslovakia, the only "Elder of the Jews" not to have been killed during the war. A rabbi in Vienna, following the annexation of Austria by Germany in 1938, Murmelstein fought bitterly with Adolf Eichmann, week after week for seven years, managing to help around 121,000 Jews leave the country, and preventing the liquidation of the ghetto. 2012. Claude Lanzmann, at 87 – without masking anything of the passage of time on men, but showing the incredible permanence of the locations involved –exhumes these interviews shot in Rome, returning to Theresienstadt, the town “given to the Jews by Hitler”, a so-called model ghetto, but a ghetto of deceit chosen by Adolf Eichmann to dupe the world. We discover the extraordinary personality of Benjamin Murmelstein: a man blessed with intelligence and a true courage, which, along with an unrivaled memory, makes him a wry, sardonic and authentic storyteller. Through these three periods, from Nisko in Poland to Theresienstadt, and from Vienna to Rome, the film provides an unprecedented insight into the genesis of the Final Solution. It reveals the true face of Eichmann, and exposes without artifice the savage contradictions of the Jewish Councils.


Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 12,401-12,500) 12,425 $40,563
All Time International Box Office (Rank 10,501-10,600) 10,586 $19,327
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 16,301-16,400) 16,353 $59,890
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 5,001-5,100) 5,057 $40,563

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: February 7th, 2014 (Limited) by Cohen Media Group, released as The Last of the Unjust
International Releases: November 22nd, 2013 (Wide) (Austria)
Video Release: September 23rd, 2014 by eOne/Cohen
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some thematic material.
(Rating bulletin 2296, 10/30/2013)
Running Time: 219 minutes
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Keywords: World War II, Nazis, Jewish, Holocaust, War Crimes, Genocide
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Synecdoche, Le Pacte, Dor Film, Les Films Aleph, France 3 Cinema, Cineimage 7 Development
Production Countries: Austria,

Documentary Subject(s)

Claude Lanzmann    Himself


Benjamin Murmelstein    Himself

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Production and Technical Credits

David Frenkel    Producer
Jean Labadie    Producer
Danny Krausz    Producer
Chantal Hymans    Editor
William Lubtchansky    Director of Photography
Caroline Champetier    Director of Photography
Antoine Bonfanti    Sound Mixer
Manuel Grandpierre    Sound Mixer
Alexander Koller    Sound Mixer
Laura Koeppel    Assistant Director

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/02/07 49 $14,328   8 $1,791   $14,328 1
2014/02/14 57 $7,760 -46% 4 $1,940   $28,571 2
2014/02/21 72 $3,349 -57% 4 $837   $38,396 3

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/02/07 49 $20,811   8 $2,601   $20,811 1
2014/02/14 56 $14,236 -32% 4 $3,559   $35,047 2
2014/02/21 69 $5,516 -61% 4 $1,379   $40,563 3

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Austria 11/22/2013 $3,551 6 7 18 $19,327 12/13/2015
International Total$19,327 12/13/2015

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

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