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Obyknovennyy fashizm (Triumph Over Violence) (1968)





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Director Mikhail Romm narrated this slanted documentary about the evils of fascism with passages of wry humor. Film from the private archives of Nazi advisor Goebbels is used to bridge the history line between Mussolini, Hitler, and the emerging fascist movement in the 1960s among both East and West Germans. The film is quick to illustrate that German industrialists made a profit of 100 Marks on every soldier killed in World War II. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi


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Romm's film has its points, and perhaps had rather more when shown as originally made... which I'm told wasn't so devoted to self-defeating sarcasm.

July 16, 2018 | Full Review…

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