As this film makes graphic, a climate of hostile opinion affects Jews in Europe today in ways few could have anticipated as recently as a decade ago. No one who watches THE MONSTER AMONG US can doubt that anti-Semitism is back and needs to be taken seriously. The interviews presented here drive home that point credibly and unmistakably. – Alvin H. Rosenfeld, Professor of English and Jewish Studies & Director of the Institute for Jewish Culture and the Arts, Indiana Univ.
The Monster Among Us is a provocative and timely film. You deserve immense credit for bringing the subject of European anti-Semitism out of the closet, and for exposing the Radical Islamists in major European cities who have
been attacking Jews with impunity. Here at Brandeis, your film drew a considerable audience and sparked a vigorous discussion. That is what a university should be about! – Jonathan D. Sarna, Director of Hornstein: The Jewish Professional Leadership Program & Joseph H. & Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History, Brandeis University
I think it’s a major documentary about this large-scale, most dangerous development that lives in the depth of our mythical consciousness and can, therefore, rise at any given time, creating havoc. Here it is, in your film, indicating its wide-ranging capacity, leading from hatred to murder. – Zsuzsanna Ozsvath, Leah and Paul Lewis Chair of Holocaust Studies, UT Dallas
Watch The Monster Among Us, and then, when the first European pogrom [holocaust] of the 21st century happens, you will not be able to say that you are shocked. You will be outraged and saddened and scared, and we can scream “never again!”, but you will not be able to claim you are shocked. The directors bring you face to face, and face to mask, with the victims and demons of modern anti-Semitism in Europe. – Charles Stone, Professor at CUNY & Brooklyn College professor