In this weekend’s ‘Arts & Leisure’ section of The New York Times, film critic A.O. Scott offers a treatise on Hollywood’s continued interest in Holocaust films headlined Never Forget. You’re Reminded.
Buried in Mr. Scott’s take on what some people wryly call "Shoah Business" is an intriguing aside:
Whom can Mr. Scott be referring to? We have no clue. But in a September 16, 2005 review of a movie adaptation of an award-winning magic-realist novel by a young writer whose name, while it escapes us, seems synonymous with ‘clever’, Mr. Scott wrote: