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blessthemess
12-27-01, 02:51 PM
Need recommendations for poignant NAZI era films!!!

Anyone seen THE ORGE (John Malkovich) on KINO???

dorian
12-27-01, 03:33 PM
can you say, 'leni riefenstahl'? ;-]

Hendrik
12-27-01, 06:05 PM
"...poignant NAZI era films..."

...poignant...?

- Volker Schlöndorff's The Tin Drum(*)
http://www.dvdexpress.com/product_movies.asp?type=Movie&PRODUCTNUMBER=5351

- Max Färberböck's Aimée & Jaguar(**)
http://www.kcstar.com/item/pages/fyi.pat,fyi/3774de4b.a26,.html
http://dvd-station.de/product_body.asp?pf%5FID=300213&mscssid=DX20R8H04G1P9HAJNT0HAMQ4M8500439
(German DD 5.1, anamorphic 1.77:1, optional German subtitles only, no English)

- Wolfgang Petersen's Das Boot(*)
http://www.moviesforguys.com/action/reviews/dasboot.shtml

- Fritz Lang's Hangmen Also Die(*)
http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/hangmenalsod.shtml

- François Truffaut's Le dernier Métro (The Last Métro)(*)
http://www.digitallyobsessed.com/showreview.php3?ID=229

- Alain Resnais' Nuit et Brouillard (Night And Fog)(*)
http://onfilm.chireader.com/MovieCaps/N/NI/14885_NIGHT_AND_FOG.html
Note: This classic short film is included on the Short 3: Authority DVD: http://www.dvdexpress.com/product_movies.asp?type=Movie&PRODUCTNUMBER=13761

- Fernando Trueba's La niña de tus ojos (The Girl Of Your Dreams)(**)
http://www.veo-veo.com/docs/detalle.asp?d=4246
(Spanish DD 5.1, 2.35:1 letterbox, optional English subtitles)

...all available on R1(*) or R2/PAL(**) DVD...

. . . :o . . .

blessthemess
12-28-01, 08:22 PM
Originally posted by dorian
can you say, 'leni riefenstahl'? ;-]


wow.... LENI RIEFENSTAHL!!!!

the reviews at Amazon were quite funny....
"Though she was over 90 at the time of the interviews, Riefenstahl's energy and commanding presence dominate the film and overpower Muller. At one point she practically grabs the directorial reins from him...."

Seems too compelling to be missed.... a slice of history....



anymore? OGRE??? anyone seen it????

~i also dig ERICH von STROHEIM..... ;)