Hitler's Madman | Chicago Reader

Hitler's Madman

Douglas Sirk's first American film (1943) has more than historical interest going for it. There is also Sirk's incomparable visual style, already finely developed, and the added advantage of a compelling narrative (the determined resistance of the Czechs to the barbarities of the infamous Colonel Heydrich). Worth comparing with Fritz Lang's Hangmen Also Die, a much tauter (though hardly more emotional) treatment of the same subject. With John Carradine, Patricia Morison, and Alan Curtis.


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