Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Suess Image
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Summary: Though almost forgotten today, Veit Harlan was one of Nazi Germany’s most notorious filmmakers. Millions all across occupied Europe saw his films, the most perfidious of which was the treacherous anti-Semitic propaganda film Jew Süss—required viewing for all SS members. An unrepentant and blindly obsessive craftsman, no figure—save for Leni Riefenstahl—is as closely associated with the cinema of the Holocaust years as that of Joseph Goebbels’ top director. (Harlan’s 1945 epic Kolberg was the basis for Inglourious Basterds’ pivotal film-within-a-film Stolz Der Nation.) Harlan was also the only artist from the Nazi era to be charged with war crimes. (Zeigeist Films)
Runtime: 99 min
Production: Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR)
Genre: Documentary
Country: Germany
Languages: German, French, Italian
Director Credit
Felix Moeller Director
Writer Credit
Felix Moeller Writer
Cast Credit
Caspar Veit Harlan Himself
Christiane Kubrick Herself
Jan Harlan Himself
Kristian Veit Harlan Himself
Maria Körber Herself
Stefan Drössler Himself
Thomas Harlan Himself
Producer Credit
Amelie Latscha Producer
Felix Moeller Executive Producer
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