Directed by: Leni Riefenstahl
Run Time: 317 Minutes
Format: 1.33:1 Full Frame
Rating: NR
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A powerful documentary that stands the test of time to show the extreme gift of one of history's best female directors. A woman under the Nazi regime in Germany, who became one of Adolf Hitler's most prized talents, Leni Riefenstahl created powerfully moving and beautifully visual films showcasing the 1936 olympics which were held in Berlin, Germany during the Nazi regime. See footage of national heroes who clebrated life and sport during the war-including footage of the famed African-American Jesse Owens who stood up against Hitler's chastisement to the US for allowing his entry, and who ran into Olympic history winning four gold medals. This package contains the award-winnning two-part film.