An interview with László Nemes about Son of Saul, in which the director discusses his Auschwitz-set drama about a Sonderkommando's quest to bury a boy he asserts is his son. The discussion touches on the challenges of making a film from a single perspective; Nemes's aim to undo standard postwar views of the Holocaust; and his wariness of the conquest of filmmaking by television.

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