Certainly one of the more bizarre ‘autobiographical’ pieces Weiss has done. ‘Memories’ of the hearsay testimonies of Douglas Feith’s family history, returning to the ‘scene of the boots’, ‘justice for the remnant’, but the money’s just not enough. The Germans destroyed Warsaw, ‘the scene of the boots’, barely leaving a building standing, or a stick of furniture untouched, so I’m not sure what scene Weiss was looking at. (Apparently when rebuilding, too much was spent on ‘rebuilding’, and foodstuffs, and not enough on the right memorials). As for Justice, or more importantly for Weiss, vengeance, the Allied area bombing campaign, mass expulsion and forced labor of ethnic Germans, rape and plunder on a biblical scale, and the partition and occupation of Germany seems pretty harsh stuff. The statistics are debated, but more than a million Germans murdered or worked to death after the war doesn’t appear to be an exaggeration from what I’ve read. And setting aside the German remains, Poland was looted, deserted by the Allies, not that I can recall a single movie in English celebrating the Poles attempt to recover bits of their stolen heritage.