Die freudlose Gesellschaft  

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"We might even wonder whether he did not merely organize Nuremberg for Leni Riefenstahl, as certain elements lead us to suppose, and taking the argument a little further, whether the whole of the Second World War…was not indeed conducted as a big budget war film, solely put on so it could be projected as newsreel each evening in his bunker…the artistic organization of these mass ceremonies, recorded on celluloid, and even the organization of the final collapse, were part of the overall programme of this movement." --Die freudlose Gesellschaft, 1981, Hans-Jürgen Syberberg.

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Die freudlose Gesellschaft: Notizen aus dem letzten Jahr (1981) is a book by Hans-Jürgen Syberberg. Its title means the joyless society but the book was untranslated as of 2017.



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