Не могу сказать, чтобы меня очень волновала эта тема. Я не ценю фон Триера как режиссера, его эпатаж (или отсутствие такогого) мне по барабану. Но раз уж многие пишут об этом, захотелось прочитать, что же он все-таки в точности сказал. И не смог прочитать.
Update: как мне справедливо указали в комментах, видео находится мгновенно. В качестве епитимьи за свою недогадливость транскрибирую здесь полностью его речь из видео:
And anyway... I know, I really wanted to be a Jew, and then I found out that I was really a Nazi, you know... because my family was German, Hartmann... which also gave me some pleasure, so I'm kinda... yeah... I, what can I say, I understand Hitler. But I, I'm, I think he did some wrong things, yes, absolutely, but I can see him sitting in his bunker in the end [Kirsten Dunst whispers to him: "Oh my God, this is terrible"] but there will come a point at the end of this... there will come... no, I'm just saying that I think I understand the man. He's not what you would call a good guy, but I, yeah, I understand much about him and I sympathize with him a little bit, yeah. Not, but come on, I'm not for the Second World War. And I'm not against Jews, Susanne Bier, not, not even Susanne Bier - that was also a joke, I'm of course very much for Jews, no, not too much because Israel is... pain in the ass, but still, how can I get out of this sentence? I'm, no, I just wanna say about the arts of, of the, I'm very much for Speer, Speer I like, Albert Speer I like. He was also maybe one of God's best children, but he had some talent that was kind of possible for him to use during the... OK, I'm a Nazi.
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