From a high cliff overlooking the Nazi headquarters at Berchtesgaden, a sniper’s crosshairs center on the figure of Adolph Hitler. How’s that for an opening scene? Now imagine watching this American-made production in 1941, when Hitler is alive and well, and the United States hasn’t quite gotten dragged into World War II just yet.
Fritz Lang was declaring was on Hitler and the Third Reich.
Part 1 of a new series, "Fritz Lang At War!"
Editorial + Blu-Ray Review: cinapse.co/2014/10/28/fritz-lang-goes-to-war-part-1-man-hunt
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