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Anagha, September 1, 2006 (view all comments by Anagha)
Bruno Ganz's authentic depiction of Adolf Hitler both enthralls and intimidates in "The Downfall." Told in part by his young secretary's point of view, the film psychologically explores the true nature of Hitler's evil actions, behaviors and intentions, while portraying Hitler and his steadfast devotees and henchmen as multi-dimensional creatures, but without souls or sympathy. This film strongly advocates anti-Nazi message and showcases horrifying yet captivating images of war-ravaged Berlin in the last days of the Third Reich. Must see for any WWII and Holocaust scholar or anyone who has seen Spielberg's "Schindler's List."
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ISBN:
00043396115453
Subtitle:
The End of the Imperial Japanese Empire
Publisher:
Columbia Tristar Home Video
Credits:
Ganz, Bruno
Location:
N
Binding:
DVD
Grade Level:
R

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