Jud Suss Film Ohne Gewissen (Jew Suss: Rise and Fall)
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Jud Suss Film Ohne Gewissen (Jew Suss: Rise and Fall)
Filmmaker Oskar Roehler examines the story behind one of the most notorious movies of the Third Reich in this drama. Joseph Goebbels (Moritz Bleibtreu), Adolf Hitler's minister of propaganda, was a firm believer in the power of motion pictures, and in 1939 he wanted to make a film that would help shape public opinion against Jews in anticipation of the Nazi "final solution." Goebbels was eager to make a movie based on the story of Joseph Suss Oppenheimer (1698-1738), a famous Jewish financier who gained power as an adviser to the Duke of Wurttemberg until he was implicated in a… More
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"An intriguing essay about the seductivenss of evil and its price."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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