« Je me souviens » featured in the Montreal Gazette

Montreal Gazette columnist Don Macpherson gives a detailed review of Eric Scott‘s film “Je me souviens”:

TV documentary explores anti-Semitism in Quebec during the 1930s

In a new documentary to premiere on television next month, political scientist Esther Delisle compares French Quebec to a family with a crazy aunt. (…) Eric Scott, an English-speaking Jewish filmmaker from Montreal, has produced a 47-minute documentary titled Je Me Souviens on the subject of Delisle’s thesis and the reaction to it.

– Don Macpherson – February 9, 2002 – The Montreal Gazette

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