As writers and film makers we have the privilege of being able to make our views known through our work. Each time we draw attention to the Holocaust we are, I believe, educating, reminding, warning and proclaiming as loudly as we can our support for Israel's continued existence. I do not look for the themes about which I write, they look for me. I nurse the hope that those themes will either become less obsessive or go hunting elsewhere, perhaps to alight on new, younger writers and film makers. I long for other themes to find me and provide respite. But that, I know, may be a forlorn hope. I also long for films and plays about the Holocaust to become less and less necessary but that, too, I suspect is a forlorn hope.