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All Critics (8)
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| Fresh (6)
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A summary of the story gives no adequate idea of the beauty of the action and the remarkable camera work, especially in connection with the light effects.
Riefenstahl's affirmation of the occult has a certain morbid interest, but it's as a performer, posing leggily atop cloudswept crags, that she most compels attention.
It provides a fascinating look at Riefenstahl's giddy, rhapsodic talents, as well as ideological clues about the sensibility that produced the most powerful Nazi propaganda.
Beautiful photography doesn't overcome silly story.
It's the stylised beauty of [Riefenstahl's] direction that takes this simple moral fable on to a higher plane and landed her the post of Hitler's film-maker.
Notable only for glimpses of the young Leni.
One of Hitler's favorite films was this well-photographed but harmless fable that doesn't offer much to compensate for how dull and silly it is - not to mention the obvious problem that arises from the fact that a blue light is the last thing that can be seen in a black-and-white movie.
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