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Martin Schulz (Paul Lukas) is a German-American art dealer who returns with his family to Germany to pursue new business ventures. Before long, Martin becomes involved with the Nazis, and his anti-Semitism effectively ends his relationship with Max Eisenstein (Morris Carnovsky), his Jewish partner back in the United States. When Max's daughter, Griselle (K.T. Stevens), travels to Europe to pursue acting and runs afoul of Nazis, she seeks Martin's help, and the situation ends in tragedy.

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Paul Lukas
Martin Schulz
K.T. Stevens
Griselle Eisenstein aka Griselle Stone
Carl Esmond
Baron von Friesche
Morris Carnovsky
Max Eisenstein
Peter Van Eyck
Heinrich Schulz
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  • Apr 05, 2020
    This is a stupendously art directed and shot film that I presume influenced Film Noir thoughout the 1940s and 50s. The story lacks depth, but is a worthy cautionary tale about cowardice and submissiveness.
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