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Off-The-Wall gets "Standing O" for "Third Reich"

Published April 26, 2005

"Scenes Of Love And Death In The Third Reich" is the premiere of an original play by Milwaukee's Dale Gutzman. It's both a biography and a history of Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld, a physician famous for inventing the descriptive "transvestite."


Ganz shines in "The Downfall"

Published March 18, 2005

Everybody seems to be talking about "The Downfall" these days and especially about Bruno Ganz's portrayal as Adolph Hitler. Whether or not you think the world needs another film about Hitler and the Nazis, however, is your decision and we'll accept any cogent argument on that point.


"Taking Sides" conducts investigation into guilt

Published Jan. 23, 2004

How to define guilt? That is the question at the heart of "Taking Sides," starring Harvey Keitel, directed by Oscar-winning director Istvan Szabo and written by Ronald Harwood, who won an Oscar for "The Pianist."


"Max" movie asks, "what if?"

Published Sept. 9, 2003

Did you ever expect to hear John Cusack utter the line, "C'mon Hitler, I'll buy you a lemonade?" But it sums up the feel of Menno Meyjes' "Max," a production written and directed by Meyjes and co-produced by Cusack.


Stark "Blind Spot" opens a window into memory

Published March 28, 2003

It's slow, it's considered, it's powerful. "Blind Spot -- Hitler's Secretary" is a no-nonsense, no-frills documentary about the experiences of Traudl Junge, who worked as Hitler's secretary from 1943 until the end of the war.

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