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A few years before filmmaker Su Goldfish's father, Manfred Goldfish, died she interviewed him on camera. He was reluctant to talk about the uncomfortable truths of his past, his previous marriage, his two other children and the persecution and murder of his family in Germany. "You can watch all that in a documentary", he used to say to her. The Last Goldfish (Su Goldfish, 2017) became that documentary. This article contains three responses to the film. The first section, "Losing Harry", writtendoi:10.33178/alpha.18.10 fatcat:qpqladgdtbakbk6wjfvdiclxiu