Hitlers Hitparade (2005)
Critic Reviews for Hitlers Hitparade
While never fully fleshing out its thesis linking the mythology of popular culture with the false ideals propagated by the regime, it does offer an evocative portrait of a country fiddling while it, and much of the world, burns.
Rare film-clips of what passed for Nazi normality do not materialize every day, and pic is decidedly worth a look-see.
This German documentary gathers some of the products of the German culture industry from the 1930's and 40's into a monstrous and fascinating collage.
If not as informative as it could be, Hitler's Hit Parade remains truly disturbing, as we see an entire cultured population led astray by bread and circuses and popular nonsense.
With no intertitles, narration or timeline, Hitler's Hit Parade is more art film than documentary; it's a mistaken strategy.
The flow of images has a terrible inexorability. Watching this movie is like watching people pirouette gaily off a cliff.
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