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Helene Bertha Amalie Leni Riefenstahl German pronunciation i f n ta l 22 August 1902 8 September 2003 was a German film director, actress and dancer widely noted for her aesthetics and innovations as a filmmaker Her most famous film was Triumph des Willens Triumph of the Will , a propaganda film made at the 1934 Nuremberg congress of the Nazi Party Riefenstahl s prominence in the Th

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  • Hardcover
  • 669 pages
  • Memoiren
  • Leni Riefenstahl
  • English
  • 20 May 2019
  • 9780312098438

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  1. says:

    Adem s de la pol mica que la acompa , despu s, tambi n hubo decisiones activas y coraza naif, antes G nero Biograf a.Lo que nos cuenta El libro Memorias publicaci n original Memoiren, 1987 es la autobiograf a de la actriz y fot grafa, pero mucho ...

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    I have defeated you Leni Riefenstahl A part of me believes this woman is a liar and a sociopath

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    The self serving reminiscences of a Nazi propagandist and collaborator who refused to admit it Riefenstahl is an incredibly rare blend of a person lacking self awareness with quite a healthy sense of self worth and fascist tendencies Her memoirs are a fascinating example of equivocation and moral justification, but are often unbearable in its rampant self aggrandization and total lack of remorse Worth a read, though, if you re interested in Third Reich hangers on, the German film industry, ...

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    Ms Riefenstahl is or less the prisoner of history Having been one of the world s greatest innovative cinematographers, and forced to create what was effectively the most effective propaganda film of all time the Triumph of the Will, Ms Reifenstahl keeps her own reputation intact by being the person who also documented the 1936 Olympics, her film of which, Olympia, was given awards in all the countries Hitler later conquered She insists on her apolitical freedom, and takes refuge from the many cases of innuendo which built up around her after the war, in her artistry, as well as her own freedom of racial prejudices, but the consequences of having been a witness to the intrigues of and first person intimate of Adolf Hitler give t...

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    Leni Riefenstahl died in 2003, when she was 101 years old, the last surviving member of Hitler s inner circle How much of her life after 1945 was an attempt to cover up and mislead history is not clarified by this memoir But what is there is a stunning record of how Riefenstahl came of age and entered the German film industry when it was at its height, making Mountain Films and developing a production technique that would come to full fruition in her documentaries, Triumph of the Will and Olympia Her filmic transitioning remains an art form in and of itself her work flows, moves, and isolates its subjects against natural and epic backgrounds Individuals become expressions of natural will and order So, in many ways, she does reflect the ideology of the political movement that made her rise possible in the first place.The details of Riefenstahl s life mesmerize the reader And it also demonstrates one of the quirks of National Socialist Germany That is, not only the survival but the flourishing of certain types of women in Hitler s Third Reich Riefenstahl, like the aviatrix Hanna Reitsch, was something of a bohemian working outside the traditional social roles assigned to women She became a force, a power to be reckoned with in Germany during a time when sexism operated as a...

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    Back during high school a few of us drove to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois to see Riefenstahl s Triumph of the Will, a film I have not seen since but remember with extraordinary clarity, so impressive was it, visually speaking Other than clips from her later Olympia, I have not seen her other cinematic productions.Consequently, I picked this up without knowing much about the author beyond the fact that she was the most famous film director associated with the Third Reich I had absolutely no idea that she remained a public figure into the eighties or that she had had a later career as a photographer.While, for me, the most interesting parts of her memoirs concern the Nazi years, particularly as regards her associations with leaders of the NDSAP, these do not constitute the bulk of her recollections What she mostly writes about are, at first, romance with men and with artistic subjects and then, after the war, the difficulties she had with doing any creative work owing to the persistent belief held by many that she herself had been a Nazi she hadn t Much of this later work is associated with Africa, the Sudan in particular.Frankly, except for the war years, I found this book emotionally...

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    this woman was amazing.

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    A long but such a rewarding read Riefenstahl s memoir is vivid, detailed and oh so exciting to read and she finds every moment she can to tell her story and show her successes and failures Controversial indeed, but there is no denying that Rief...

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    I gave this book a five star rating because I appreciate the amount of work that goes into writing any length book Considering the scope of the aftermath of producing two films during the period of the Third Reich I would venture that writing about that time period and defending her actions takes an incredible amount of energy She explains her reasons in the last section of the book for going into such detail about conversations with Hitler and just exactly who commissioned the making of two films Triumph of the Will and Olympia It struck me as curious that she goes to great lengths to tell us that she didn t really want to make Triumph of the Will and then is upset when prints are later destroyed or such poor quality that they are not viewable Obviously prints exist because there were copyright issues that came up consistently Her account of her life and the emotions it stirs up seems to be an honest one I recognize obsession in her devotion to projects and about halfway through the book I wondered why she kept making the same decisions over and over again even when her work and plans seemed destined t...

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