Quote by: Michael Berenbaum

“Watching the Moon at Night” is an intellectually informative, visually compelling, emotionally moving and highly disturbing exploration of the phenomena of terrorism in our time. By exploring its roots, listening to its victims and showing its consequences “Watching the Moon at Night” sheds important new light on the scourge of our time. The film remained with me long after the screen went dark, remained with me and touched the darkness and the rage of our age”.

Michael Berenbaum, First Project Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, President Shoah Visual History Foundation and currently Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute, Los Angeles

Quote by: Agnieszka Holland

“Watching the Moon at Night’ is a film that touches on some of the most important questions of our time. It depicts contemporary terrorism and political attempts to justify it, the emergence of a new modern anti-Semitism and the present situation in the Middle East, the aftermath of the Holocaust and its denial. The film shows the common ground shared by victims the world over and the similarities between the perpetrators. In the film there is no simplifying thesis, no ‘political correctness’. The perspective of the filmmakers is personal and emotional. The film truly makes you think.”

Agnieszka Holland, Film director and Chairwoman of the European Film Academy