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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:31,149 --> 00:00:34,141 Die Hauptdarsteller und ihre Farben: 2 00:00:34,189 --> 00:00:37,181 Ferdinand Marian Joseph Goebbels 3 00:00:37,229 --> 00:00:40,221 Anna Marian Veit Harlan 4 00:00:41,429 --> 00:00:44,739 I hate the Moor. 5 00:00:44,989 --> 00:00:47,457 He holds me well. 6 00:00:47,549 --> 00:00:53,021 The better shall my purpose work on him. But how? How, how, how? 7 00:00:53,109 --> 00:00:56,545 Cassio's a proper man. 8 00:00:56,709 --> 00:01:01,988 What's that? That is disgusting. Sit down, Mr Hippler. 9 00:01:03,229 --> 00:01:06,539 This, well this is degenerate. Don't worry. 10 00:01:06,629 --> 00:01:10,338 This play will never be put on stage anyway. 11 00:01:10,429 --> 00:01:12,897 Made for seduction.(Shakespeare: "Framed to make women false".) 12 00:01:12,989 --> 00:01:17,301 and the Moor... ...is of a free and open nature 13 00:01:17,389 --> 00:01:19,857 And will as tenderly be led by the nose, as asses are. 14 00:01:19,949 --> 00:01:23,385 I have't. It is engender'd. 15 00:01:23,709 --> 00:01:28,305 Hell and Night must bring this monstrous birth to the world's light. 16 00:01:28,709 --> 00:01:31,826 Marian appears like a Jew. 17 00:01:31,909 --> 00:01:34,901 Too bad that the Fuehrer doesn't like Shakespeare. 18 00:01:34,989 --> 00:01:40,268 This would increase his racial hatred incalculably. 19 00:01:42,629 --> 00:01:45,223 She shall not live. 20 00:01:45,309 --> 00:01:49,780 Let her rot. I will chop her into messes. 21 00:01:52,149 --> 00:01:56,620 Cuckold me! O, 'tis foul in her. 22 00:01:57,229 --> 00:01:59,584 With mine officer! 23 00:02:00,109 --> 00:02:05,229 Yes, the one you wanted to deflower, now she deflowered him. 24 00:02:07,549 --> 00:02:11,986 Get me some poison, Iago, this night! 25 00:02:23,829 --> 00:02:27,139 Do it not with poison. 26 00:02:27,709 --> 00:02:29,745 Do it... 27 00:02:29,829 --> 00:02:34,425 Do it not with poison, strangle her in her bed. 28 00:02:34,709 --> 00:02:38,145 Even the bed she hath contaminated. 29 00:02:38,629 --> 00:02:41,939 An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. 30 00:02:43,909 --> 00:02:45,979 Good, Iago. 31 00:02:50,829 --> 00:02:52,899 Bravo! 32 00:02:53,869 --> 00:02:55,939 Bravo! 33 00:03:04,829 --> 00:03:09,425 This cannot be! This must be a mistake. 34 00:03:09,509 --> 00:03:12,819 Tomorrow will be premiere! - You won't play anymore... 35 00:03:13,109 --> 00:03:16,465 Mister Deutscher! I'm sorry, Mr Engel. 36 00:03:16,549 --> 00:03:19,985 No more Jews on German stages. 37 00:03:20,869 --> 00:03:26,865 The play won't be put on stage. Goodbye, gentlemen. 38 00:03:27,069 --> 00:03:28,900 What? 39 00:03:36,349 --> 00:03:40,820 Mister Marian! Just wanted to shake hands with you personally. 40 00:03:40,909 --> 00:03:44,822 Great! You were amazing! Congratulations! 41 00:03:44,909 --> 00:03:48,743 I will tell Gr�ndgens about it. You're a match for his Mephisto! 42 00:03:48,829 --> 00:03:55,177 Absolutely! And evil is always much more interesting than good, right? 43 00:03:55,269 --> 00:03:58,181 Iago is an upstart, a parven�. 44 00:03:58,269 --> 00:04:03,548 I know it from my homeland Austria. He knows it from his homeland Austria! 45 00:04:03,629 --> 00:04:08,225 Don't let the Fuehrer hear it, Marian! 46 00:04:10,869 --> 00:04:14,987 Alright, Marian, I take my leave. You'll hear from us soon! 47 00:04:15,069 --> 00:04:18,061 Mister Marian. 48 00:04:28,029 --> 00:04:33,228 (singing) ...still und starr ruht der See. (Stars o'er the lake shine so bright) 49 00:04:33,309 --> 00:04:37,825 Weihnachtlich gl�nzet der Wald,(The forest reflects holy light) 50 00:04:37,909 --> 00:04:42,903 freue dich, 's Christkind kommt bald. (The Christchild is coming tonight.) 51 00:04:44,029 --> 00:04:49,228 In den Herzen ist's warm, (Hearts of mankind are warm) 52 00:04:49,309 --> 00:04:54,099 still schweigt Kummer und Harm.(Tonight, all sorrow is gone) 53 00:04:54,189 --> 00:04:58,899 Sorge des Lebens verhallt, (From heaven there shines a great light) 54 00:04:58,989 --> 00:05:03,904 freue dich, 's Christkind kommt bald. (The Christchild is coming tonight.) 55 00:05:04,829 --> 00:05:10,347 Bald ist heilige Nacht, (Soon will be holy night) 56 00:05:10,429 --> 00:05:15,344 Chor der Engel erwacht, (Choirs of angels are singing) 57 00:05:15,429 --> 00:05:20,059 h�r nur wie lieblich es schallt, (Hear the churchbells are ringing) 58 00:05:20,149 --> 00:05:25,348 freue dich, 's Christkind kommt bald. (The Christchild is born on this night) 59 00:05:28,909 --> 00:05:32,902 Merry Christmas, my darling! Thanks for the violin, daddy! 60 00:05:32,989 --> 00:05:36,186 Oh, it's from your mom. 61 00:05:36,269 --> 00:05:39,579 But this, this is from me. 62 00:05:41,309 --> 00:05:45,382 Good evening, Merry Christmas. (both) Merry Christmas! 63 00:05:45,469 --> 00:05:47,539 Yes... 64 00:05:51,349 --> 00:05:54,261 (sings) Heute, Kinder, wird's was geben, (Today, children, just wait!) 65 00:05:54,349 --> 00:05:57,546 heute werden wir uns freuen. (Today we'll rejoice!) 66 00:05:57,629 --> 00:06:00,860 (Ferdinand and Anna singing) Welch ein Jubel, welch ein Leben, (What joy, what life) 67 00:06:00,949 --> 00:06:04,624 wird in diesem Hause sein. (There'll be in our house!) 68 00:06:06,269 --> 00:06:09,386 Such I always wished for. 69 00:06:09,469 --> 00:06:12,779 Reach into the bag. 70 00:06:13,629 --> 00:06:16,621 Oh, well this... 71 00:06:17,869 --> 00:06:21,305 Wait, Britta, you'll drink one more! 72 00:06:29,509 --> 00:06:32,819 Cognac! Four stars! From whom? 73 00:06:33,149 --> 00:06:37,301 You won't believe it, from Goebbels! 74 00:06:37,669 --> 00:06:40,979 Why does he give you cognac? 75 00:06:41,269 --> 00:06:44,784 He didn't tell, he was very secretive. 76 00:06:44,869 --> 00:06:47,861 Where do I have... 77 00:06:49,149 --> 00:06:52,585 Oh, that I forgot completely. 78 00:06:53,469 --> 00:06:55,539 Ferdl! 79 00:06:59,589 --> 00:07:02,899 My mother. Thanks, Ferdl. 80 00:07:06,349 --> 00:07:08,419 Britta! 81 00:07:10,909 --> 00:07:12,979 Yes... 82 00:07:16,229 --> 00:07:19,744 Would you mind if I walked over to Willi Deutscher and ask him, 83 00:07:19,829 --> 00:07:26,018 if he wants to come over to us anyway? Oh, no, of course not. Sure. 84 00:07:26,109 --> 00:07:29,419 I'll be right back. 85 00:07:29,629 --> 00:07:31,620 ? Music from record player ? 86 00:08:12,189 --> 00:08:14,259 Oh my! 87 00:08:23,189 --> 00:08:26,181 Good night. 88 00:08:29,349 --> 00:08:32,341 Sleep well, hm? 89 00:08:36,589 --> 00:08:38,944 Good night, my darling. 90 00:08:39,029 --> 00:08:42,339 What is it? Maria? 91 00:08:42,829 --> 00:08:46,538 Give your mother a kiss! You should care more for daddy! 92 00:08:46,629 --> 00:08:51,225 But darling, I do care for him! But not enough! 93 00:08:55,109 --> 00:08:58,226 "Speak you should not." "This..." 94 00:08:58,309 --> 00:09:03,303 "This greasy Jew won't throw himself at my daughter." Harlan! 95 00:09:03,389 --> 00:09:10,227 This dialogue is much too flat! Why doesn't he say simply and confidently: 96 00:09:11,309 --> 00:09:15,905 "My daugher won't give birth to Jewish children." Period! 97 00:09:15,989 --> 00:09:19,459 That's almost as I would have written it. Why didn't you, then? 98 00:09:19,549 --> 00:09:24,179 I just begin to rewrite the script. Harlan, I need the film tomorrow! 99 00:09:24,269 --> 00:09:29,059 Yesterday, more likely, now, that we are at war. But I want an artistic film! 100 00:09:29,149 --> 00:09:32,107 No cheap propaganda! 101 00:09:32,189 --> 00:09:35,625 Now, write, write! 102 00:09:38,549 --> 00:09:41,461 We want to fight and work. 103 00:09:41,549 --> 00:09:46,020 And then speak with every Prussian general: 104 00:09:46,149 --> 00:09:50,301 "Christ, if you do not want to help us, 105 00:09:51,149 --> 00:09:57,145 we just pray you, do also not help our cursed enemies!" 106 00:09:57,869 --> 00:10:02,499 In this sense, I wish everyone of us a happy, 107 00:10:02,589 --> 00:10:05,626 successful and victorious New Year! 108 00:10:05,709 --> 00:10:10,305 Now, it's enough. 20 seconds more. Britta, the champagne! 109 00:10:10,829 --> 00:10:12,820 ? music from the radio ? 110 00:10:14,869 --> 00:10:16,860 Nine... 111 00:10:18,029 --> 00:10:19,940 Six, five... 112 00:10:20,029 --> 00:10:23,419 (all) Four, three, two, one... 113 00:10:23,829 --> 00:10:26,821 Happy New Year! 114 00:10:29,229 --> 00:10:35,145 (singing) ...we stand together as brothers. 115 00:10:35,229 --> 00:10:41,259 From the Maas to the Memel, 116 00:10:41,349 --> 00:10:47,424 From the Etsch to the Belt, 117 00:10:47,629 --> 00:10:53,704 Germany, Germany above all, 118 00:10:53,989 --> 00:11:02,306 above all in the world! 119 00:11:04,829 --> 00:11:10,904 Great speech, Mr. Goebbels! Thank you, I was very satisfied. 120 00:11:10,989 --> 00:11:15,744 To 1940! And may God punish England! 121 00:11:15,869 --> 00:11:18,508 (all) May God punish England! 122 00:11:18,589 --> 00:11:23,185 Child, there's alcohol in it! Oh, Magda, come on, just for once. 123 00:11:23,269 --> 00:11:27,467 Helga is our eldest. Thank you, daddy! 124 00:11:27,549 --> 00:11:30,382 Paul, not even the Fuehrer drinks alcohol! Nah... 125 00:11:30,469 --> 00:11:33,779 But you! My daughter! 126 00:11:34,949 --> 00:11:39,545 A ready tongue! Where does she have it from, I wonder? 127 00:11:45,829 --> 00:11:51,825 You know what, I'll call Marian now. Come with me! 128 00:11:53,629 --> 00:11:56,746 In case you don't know, I love this woman! 129 00:11:56,829 --> 00:11:58,820 phone rings 130 00:11:59,229 --> 00:12:02,824 (sings) The wind... Answer, Britta! Say: 131 00:12:02,909 --> 00:12:06,345 "No admission during the show!" 132 00:12:06,429 --> 00:12:08,420 Anna keeps singing 133 00:12:09,709 --> 00:12:13,145 Mr Marian, Dr. Goebbels, in person! 134 00:12:15,269 --> 00:12:18,705 Hush, be quiet, for once. Anna! 135 00:12:20,949 --> 00:12:23,543 Marian. I don't want to miss the opportunity 136 00:12:23,629 --> 00:12:27,907 to personally wish you and your wife a Happy New Year! 137 00:12:27,989 --> 00:12:31,538 Thank you, that's very nice of you, Mr. Goebbels, the same to you. 138 00:12:31,629 --> 00:12:35,747 For you it can only be a good year. Veit Harlan is here, he greets you. 139 00:12:35,829 --> 00:12:39,538 He'll approach you soon, I hope you won't accept something else! 140 00:12:39,629 --> 00:12:44,749 No, no. But Engel, Erich Engel, also has a film project with me. 141 00:12:44,829 --> 00:12:49,425 Oh, there's no hurry! Yes, but it would be the role of my life. 142 00:12:49,509 --> 00:12:53,024 A suburban Casanova.. I beg your pardon, my dear Marian. 143 00:12:53,109 --> 00:12:58,024 What is a suburban Casanova compared to a role which will make you famous 144 00:12:58,109 --> 00:13:04,457 throughout Europe, oh what do I say, all over the world! See you soon, then! 145 00:13:04,549 --> 00:13:06,619 See you soon. 146 00:13:13,309 --> 00:13:16,107 I shall be famous, all over the world! 147 00:13:16,189 --> 00:13:20,580 Daddy gets a leading role! - Which film, which role? 148 00:13:20,669 --> 00:13:23,945 He didn't tell. Veit Harlan is director. 149 00:13:24,029 --> 00:13:27,260 It's your fault. Your staging! 150 00:13:27,349 --> 00:13:30,785 He liked my Iago well. 151 00:13:30,909 --> 00:13:34,618 I'll accept only if you play there as well! You better don't tell him, 152 00:13:34,709 --> 00:13:40,579 that I'm an actress. You're an actress, madam? 153 00:13:40,669 --> 00:13:43,979 That's just between the two of us, ok? 154 00:13:44,989 --> 00:13:48,425 We'll do the Casanova afterwards. 155 00:13:52,709 --> 00:13:55,906 To you as well, my friend, I wish, as to all of us, 156 00:13:55,989 --> 00:13:59,299 a wonderful, happy New Year. 157 00:13:59,389 --> 00:14:02,301 I wanted to say goodbye for today! 158 00:14:02,389 --> 00:14:05,825 May I present. Lutz, my friend. 159 00:14:06,509 --> 00:14:09,501 Allow me to wish a happy New Year! 160 00:14:09,589 --> 00:14:14,185 Thank you. Dismissed! You've had a bit too much champagne, it seems! 161 00:14:14,949 --> 00:14:18,385 If not now, when? Exactly! 162 00:14:20,509 --> 00:14:22,579 Ferdl! 163 00:14:27,589 --> 00:14:31,628 With this role I should become famous? Infamous, more likely. 164 00:14:31,709 --> 00:14:34,746 Slowly, now. The title alone: "Jud S��". 165 00:14:34,829 --> 00:14:37,946 The subject has its base in history. Already Wilhelm Hauff, 166 00:14:38,029 --> 00:14:41,544 teller of fairy tales, has worked on it. Joseph S�� Oppeneimer, 167 00:14:41,629 --> 00:14:44,621 moving up the ladder as a banker in the 18th century, 168 00:14:44,709 --> 00:14:47,746 executed because of enrichment and exploitation of the populace. 169 00:14:47,829 --> 00:14:51,538 Fair enough, but nowadays it can only be a propaganda film! 170 00:14:51,629 --> 00:14:55,827 You think I'd lend myself to that? I have many jewish friends. 171 00:14:55,909 --> 00:14:59,345 Kristina S�derbaum, my wife, plays the female lead. 172 00:14:59,429 --> 00:15:04,059 And to calm you, the novel was written by Feuchtwanger. A Jew. 173 00:15:04,149 --> 00:15:08,142 But no one would take me as a Jew. I wouldn't say that. 174 00:15:08,229 --> 00:15:12,939 Nevermind, it is a terrific part! For Werner Krauss, absolutely! 175 00:15:13,029 --> 00:15:16,942 Why don't you play it? I play already Rabbi L�w. 176 00:15:17,029 --> 00:15:20,339 The thing is not quite kosher for me, either. 177 00:15:20,429 --> 00:15:22,260 Here! 178 00:15:24,109 --> 00:15:27,181 Real shrunken heads. Got them from Brasil. 179 00:15:27,269 --> 00:15:31,626 Skeleton and jaws are removed, then they are put into hot sand. 180 00:15:31,709 --> 00:15:34,746 Thanks, I'm sick already. "Mr Goebbels, please! 181 00:15:34,829 --> 00:15:37,821 Please, let me play all jewish minor roles." 182 00:15:37,909 --> 00:15:42,300 "It seems you are megalomaniac, Krauss!" "No, I'm an actor, Mr. Goebbels. 183 00:15:42,389 --> 00:15:46,382 Please, the role of Rabbi L�w is much too small for me."You know well, 184 00:15:46,469 --> 00:15:49,825 I'm against double roles." "Yes, then you'll have to do without me, 185 00:15:49,909 --> 00:15:54,061 farewell!" Isn't it brilliant? 186 00:15:55,669 --> 00:15:58,661 The pianist plays the Radetzky March 187 00:16:03,549 --> 00:16:08,020 Keep your seats, keep your seats, I beg you! Remain seated. 188 00:16:08,109 --> 00:16:13,388 I'm in hurry a bit, but I wanted to show up shortly. 189 00:16:13,949 --> 00:16:17,737 A bottle of champagne. Immediately, Mr Goebbels! 190 00:16:17,829 --> 00:16:21,981 So. Did you agree already? 191 00:16:22,909 --> 00:16:26,822 I don't know the script yet. I stand up for its quality, 192 00:16:26,909 --> 00:16:29,628 that should be enough. Certainly, but... 193 00:16:30,589 --> 00:16:35,265 I don't know if I'm meant for this role. You are, Marian. 194 00:16:35,349 --> 00:16:38,785 Listen. I need this film. 195 00:16:39,909 --> 00:16:44,460 This film is important for the war. And I need you, 196 00:16:44,549 --> 00:16:47,985 and only you, in the leading role. 197 00:16:48,589 --> 00:16:52,628 And Krauss! That you want to play all jewish minor roles, 198 00:16:52,709 --> 00:16:56,145 is a brilliant idea! 199 00:16:57,589 --> 00:17:02,743 I thought you're against double roles? Yes, but also against harping on about principles. 200 00:17:02,829 --> 00:17:06,822 Because that, my dear Harlan, is the perfect opportunity to show 201 00:17:06,909 --> 00:17:11,983 that all jewish characters are from one and the same origin. 202 00:17:12,069 --> 00:17:16,665 That's brilliant, Krauss! So, Marian, I count on you! 203 00:17:18,709 --> 00:17:22,622 You can remain seated, and, if you didn't know yet: 204 00:17:22,709 --> 00:17:26,861 Our top fees are tax-free. 205 00:17:27,509 --> 00:17:30,819 I wish you nice rest of the evening! 206 00:17:32,709 --> 00:17:37,305 Very brilliant, Krauss. Man proposes, Goebbels disposes. 207 00:17:39,029 --> 00:17:42,942 Strange, normally he responds to every woman. He's not allowed, since the affair 208 00:17:43,029 --> 00:17:46,339 with the Czech woman, the Fuehrer himself tought him a lesson. 209 00:17:46,429 --> 00:17:51,708 By the way, were no other colleagues asked? 210 00:17:52,829 --> 00:17:55,548 I understand. You understand nothing! 211 00:17:55,629 --> 00:17:59,338 We made countless test shots. The result was disastrous! 212 00:17:59,429 --> 00:18:02,865 Despite top fee and tax-free? 213 00:18:03,429 --> 00:18:07,342 Can I have a test shot, too? Excuse me, the ladies at the bar 214 00:18:07,429 --> 00:18:10,739 wish for a song. 215 00:18:16,349 --> 00:18:18,419 Madame. 216 00:18:19,469 --> 00:18:22,541 (sings) Es gibt auf der Welt (There is in the world) 217 00:18:22,629 --> 00:18:28,067 doch erstens kein Geld (fore one thing, no money) und zweitens ist's Gl�ck gew�hnlich rar. (for another thing, luck is commonly rare) 218 00:18:28,429 --> 00:18:32,627 Drum kommt einmal das Gl�ck, (So, if luck comes for once) auch nur f�r einen Augenblick... (once for a moment...) 219 00:18:32,829 --> 00:18:36,265 The role fits him, by all means. 220 00:18:37,029 --> 00:18:41,181 Da wird mir nicht bang, (Then I'm not scared,) da frag ich nicht lang, (and I don't keep asking long) 221 00:18:41,269 --> 00:18:45,057 ob's Gewissen mich hinterher bei�t. (if I'll be conscience-smitten afterwards.) 222 00:18:45,629 --> 00:18:49,622 Da denk ich mir nur, bl�des Gewissen, (Then I only think, stupid conscience, be quiet) gib Ruh, 223 00:18:49,709 --> 00:18:52,826 ich bin doch ein Mensch und kein Geist. (I'm a human and no ghost.) 224 00:18:53,669 --> 00:18:57,025 I'm just not made for such a monkish existence. 225 00:18:57,109 --> 00:19:00,419 I need people around me. 226 00:19:00,829 --> 00:19:02,899 Colleagues. 227 00:19:04,029 --> 00:19:07,339 Yes, I'm an actor. 228 00:19:09,069 --> 00:19:12,379 I miss my profession just as much. BUt you have family, 229 00:19:12,469 --> 00:19:15,905 you don't need to hide. 230 00:19:16,669 --> 00:19:19,866 In some way, I have to do that as well. I start already, 231 00:19:19,949 --> 00:19:24,101 to give monologues out loud! Your own or others? 232 00:19:25,829 --> 00:19:29,617 Goethe for example, Mephisto: "The spirit, I, which evermore denies. 233 00:19:29,709 --> 00:19:32,826 And justly, for whate'er to light is brought 234 00:19:32,909 --> 00:19:34,501 Deserves again to be reduced to naught. 235 00:19:36,749 --> 00:19:39,946 Then better 'twere that naught should be. 236 00:19:40,669 --> 00:19:44,821 Thus all the elements which ye, Destruction, Sin, or briefly, Evil name, 237 00:19:45,229 --> 00:19:47,026 as my peculiar element I claim." 238 00:19:49,189 --> 00:19:52,625 Why can't I play that anymore? 239 00:19:53,589 --> 00:19:55,659 A Jew's perfect role! 240 00:19:55,749 --> 00:19:57,740 window slams shut 241 00:19:58,829 --> 00:20:00,899 Quiet! 242 00:20:07,909 --> 00:20:13,905 Probably just the wind. We start becoming paranoid. 243 00:20:17,349 --> 00:20:21,547 Excuse me, that I let myself go that way! Sometimes such things have to be let out, 244 00:20:21,629 --> 00:20:26,225 otherwise one gets mad. What are friends for, Willi! 245 00:20:27,149 --> 00:20:30,539 And the shirt? My husband needs it today. 246 00:20:30,629 --> 00:20:33,621 Only the bedclothes. 247 00:20:34,949 --> 00:20:37,941 Did you picture your housekeeping year like that, Britta? 248 00:20:38,029 --> 00:20:41,101 I mean, do you like it here with us? You bet! 249 00:20:41,189 --> 00:20:44,181 I always fancied Mr Marian and... 250 00:20:44,269 --> 00:20:47,261 Please don't get me wrong. Oh, no. 251 00:20:47,349 --> 00:20:51,945 I fancied him myself once. Not anymore? 252 00:20:52,309 --> 00:20:55,904 After so many years of marriage, fancy gives way to love. 253 00:20:55,989 --> 00:20:59,425 Not into the dresser! Into the cupboard. 254 00:21:02,589 --> 00:21:04,307 Tell me, Madame Marian... 255 00:21:05,629 --> 00:21:09,622 Mr Deutscher, doesn't he have a flat on his own? 256 00:21:09,709 --> 00:21:13,258 Not in Berlin, otherwise he woudn't live with us. 257 00:21:13,349 --> 00:21:17,228 And no family? I don't know that. 258 00:21:17,309 --> 00:21:20,301 He likes being alone, he says. 259 00:21:20,389 --> 00:21:24,382 Strange. Lutz already asked me too what he's doing the whole day. 260 00:21:24,469 --> 00:21:27,620 There's not much gardening in winter. 261 00:21:27,709 --> 00:21:34,103 Don't worry. He washes the car, cuts the bushes, clears the paths. 262 00:21:34,189 --> 00:21:38,341 Why does it concern your boyfriend, after all? 263 00:21:41,229 --> 00:21:43,220 phone rings 264 00:22:04,509 --> 00:22:07,979 The discussion of the script took until morning. 265 00:22:08,069 --> 00:22:13,097 Yes. Yes, I'll drive to the studio right away. I'm dog-tired, but... 266 00:22:13,189 --> 00:22:16,181 Yes. Until later! 267 00:22:18,829 --> 00:22:24,540 I hate this. I can't do it. You have no bad conscience? 268 00:22:24,629 --> 00:22:28,065 Yes. But it adds to the pleasure. 269 00:22:28,869 --> 00:22:34,865 Don't think badly of me. I'm just lonely, since my husband is at the front. 270 00:22:34,949 --> 00:22:38,259 Do you love him? Of course. 271 00:22:38,669 --> 00:22:42,821 And you? Do you love your wife? Of course. 272 00:23:02,669 --> 00:23:07,265 I put a fresh shirt out for you. Really? 273 00:23:08,349 --> 00:23:11,819 It's almost noon. Did you sleep in the theatre? 274 00:23:11,909 --> 00:23:14,901 In the theatre? 275 00:23:15,589 --> 00:23:18,581 Exactly. Where else? 276 00:23:26,189 --> 00:23:29,499 Did you read it? Yes. 277 00:23:39,069 --> 00:23:43,540 So, what do you think of it? 278 00:23:43,709 --> 00:23:46,985 I didn't read it yet. I understand. 279 00:23:47,069 --> 00:23:51,460 Discussion of script, the whole night. You know that. 280 00:23:51,549 --> 00:23:55,701 Only blah-blah. No, I don't know that. 281 00:23:57,389 --> 00:24:02,668 And, how's the script? That bad? No, it isn't bad. 282 00:24:04,869 --> 00:24:07,861 But horrible. 283 00:24:08,349 --> 00:24:11,341 I won't do it, anyway. I wanted a test shot 284 00:24:11,429 --> 00:24:17,538 and I'll be as bad as all the rest, why am I an actor at all! 285 00:24:17,629 --> 00:24:20,462 Ah, Marie! I got an A! 286 00:24:20,549 --> 00:24:22,744 Well! What for? For a poem! 287 00:24:22,829 --> 00:24:25,821 I recited it most beautifully. Come on, then. 288 00:24:25,909 --> 00:24:29,345 Test shot Maria one, the first! 289 00:24:29,949 --> 00:24:33,942 "Nun wird es in den Schulen sch�n, (Now it will be nice in school,) denn alle Juden m�ssen gehen. (Because all the Jews have to leave.) 290 00:24:34,029 --> 00:24:38,022 Die Gro�en und die Kleinen, (The big ones and the small ones,) da hilft kein Schreien und Weinen. (Screaming and crying doesn't help.) 291 00:24:38,109 --> 00:24:42,182 Und auch nicht Zorn und Wut. (Nor do fury and anger.) Fort mit der Judenbrut! (Away with all the Jewish breed.) 292 00:24:42,269 --> 00:24:46,262 'Nen deutschen Lehrer wollen wir, (We want a German teacher,) der uns den Weg zur Klugheit f�hr, (Who leads the way to cleverness,) 293 00:24:46,349 --> 00:24:51,343 der mit uns wandert, spielt und dann (Wanders and plays with us, but yet) auch Zucht und Ordnung halten kann. (Keeps us children in good order) 294 00:24:51,429 --> 00:24:55,627 Der mit uns fr�hlich ist und lacht, (Who makes jokes with us and laughs) damit das Lernen Freude macht." (So going to school is quite a joy.) 295 00:24:57,429 --> 00:25:00,739 That's horrible! 296 00:25:08,829 --> 00:25:12,981 What's the matter with you? I feel dizzy, that's all. 297 00:25:13,549 --> 00:25:18,828 I have it from time to time. Why did you never tell me? 298 00:25:19,309 --> 00:25:22,745 You don't tell me everything, either! 299 00:25:27,549 --> 00:25:30,461 Tcha. Britta asks me questions about Willi. 300 00:25:30,549 --> 00:25:34,508 Her boyfriend asks about him. Maybe she should leave. 301 00:25:34,589 --> 00:25:39,185 Why are you concerned about Britta? She's totally harmless. 302 00:25:41,349 --> 00:25:44,625 If I play the Jew badly, they'll say he has no talent. 303 00:25:44,709 --> 00:25:48,145 If I play him well, I'll have to play him again and again. 304 00:25:48,229 --> 00:25:51,380 And finally they'll think I'm one myself. 305 00:25:51,469 --> 00:25:55,462 If that's your only worry... Why do you always give me the feeling, 306 00:25:55,549 --> 00:25:59,701 that you're a Saint and I am an asshole? 307 00:26:09,189 --> 00:26:12,181 Hello! 308 00:26:22,149 --> 00:26:25,585 Please over there, onto the marking. 309 00:26:27,509 --> 00:26:30,945 So. And now the following sentence, please: 310 00:26:31,629 --> 00:26:35,304 "I thought, W�rttemberg is rich?" What, only one sentence? 311 00:26:35,389 --> 00:26:40,986 I can't act out, then, at all. You shouldn't do that! 312 00:26:41,069 --> 00:26:44,141 That's the first scene in the Frankfurt ghetto. 313 00:26:44,229 --> 00:26:49,667 A courtier wants to buy jewellery from the duke, but it's too expensive for him. 314 00:26:49,749 --> 00:26:53,059 Your sentence follows: 315 00:26:53,189 --> 00:26:56,625 I thought, W�rttemberg is rich? Exactly like that. 316 00:26:56,709 --> 00:27:01,305 Low-voiced, unstressed, only with a light smile. 317 00:27:08,909 --> 00:27:10,740 Sound. 318 00:27:11,549 --> 00:27:13,540 Camera. 319 00:27:13,629 --> 00:27:17,781 Please! I thought, W�rttemberg is rich? 320 00:27:18,469 --> 00:27:20,539 Thank you! 321 00:27:22,469 --> 00:27:25,461 Goodbye. What, that's all? But I didn't... 322 00:27:25,549 --> 00:27:28,541 Mr Marian. Thank you. 323 00:27:41,909 --> 00:27:46,903 Stop! What are you doing with my gardener? Better don't ask, Mrs Marian. 324 00:27:46,989 --> 00:27:51,460 Otherwise we'll take you with us right away and ask you some unpleasant questions. 325 00:27:51,549 --> 00:27:58,068 Don't worry about me, my gracious lady. Bad weeds grow tall. 326 00:28:25,669 --> 00:28:30,948 Did you know he's a Jew? Who? Mr Deutscher? A Jew? 327 00:28:31,669 --> 00:28:36,220 And did you tell your boyfriend? I don't have to put up with that! 328 00:28:36,309 --> 00:28:40,905 The BDM will certainly find me another place! 329 00:28:45,749 --> 00:28:49,901 Lutz only does his duty, Mrs Marian. 330 00:28:55,229 --> 00:28:57,220 ? music from the record player ? 331 00:29:05,909 --> 00:29:09,219 Mr Deutscher is gone. 332 00:29:09,749 --> 00:29:13,059 Mom locked herself up. 333 00:29:15,429 --> 00:29:19,547 Go to bed, child. I'll come upstairs then. Why is Mr Deutscher gone? 334 00:29:19,629 --> 00:29:23,065 I'll tell you another time. 335 00:29:23,509 --> 00:29:24,498 Anna. 336 00:29:26,269 --> 00:29:28,260 he knocks 337 00:29:28,349 --> 00:29:30,943 Anna, please open. Open! 338 00:29:31,029 --> 00:29:32,428 he knocks 339 00:29:32,869 --> 00:29:34,860 Anna, please! 340 00:29:54,469 --> 00:30:00,101 What can we possibly do for him now? You could speak to Goebbels personally. 341 00:30:00,189 --> 00:30:06,708 What should I tell him? That we did hide a Jew for months? 342 00:30:07,309 --> 00:30:10,540 It hurts me as much as you. 343 00:30:10,629 --> 00:30:13,826 But why did Britta have to leave? 344 00:30:13,909 --> 00:30:18,061 She looked like bad conscience itself. 345 00:30:18,189 --> 00:30:25,027 Could it be that she was hurt, because you suspected her wrongly? 346 00:30:25,429 --> 00:30:27,499 Come. 347 00:30:42,309 --> 00:30:45,301 (Maria sings) SA marches 348 00:30:45,389 --> 00:30:48,779 with calm, firm steps. 349 00:30:48,869 --> 00:30:55,786 Comrades shot by Red Front and reactionaries, 350 00:30:55,869 --> 00:31:02,263 march in spirit within our ranks. 351 00:31:02,629 --> 00:31:09,068 Comrades shot by Red Front and reactionaries, 352 00:31:09,149 --> 00:31:15,827 march in spirit within our ranks. 353 00:31:17,549 --> 00:31:21,906 I don't want to be a burden for you and Maria. 354 00:31:21,989 --> 00:31:26,585 If you want, I'll leave. To Austria, to my mother. 355 00:31:29,109 --> 00:31:32,419 What are you talking about? 356 00:31:35,309 --> 00:31:40,588 You can never leave me! You're all I have. 357 00:31:47,229 --> 00:31:53,259 Marian senses instinctively that he will be regarded as a Jew. 358 00:31:53,349 --> 00:31:57,740 That he'll never get rid of the role. But that's exactly why I want him! 359 00:31:57,829 --> 00:32:03,267 He seemed like a Jew as Iago. In all his smiling greasiness. 360 00:32:03,349 --> 00:32:05,340 knocking 361 00:32:08,269 --> 00:32:12,421 Mr Marian is here now! He shall enter! 362 00:32:15,829 --> 00:32:22,348 My dear Marian! Good that we can finally have a talk. 363 00:32:23,189 --> 00:32:29,185 Speak up! Why don't you want to go for the "Jud S��"? 364 00:32:29,549 --> 00:32:34,145 Mr Goebbels, I... Take a seat, first. 365 00:32:41,829 --> 00:32:45,026 I'm not suited for this role. 366 00:32:45,109 --> 00:32:49,500 Believe me, the artist himself can judge that last of all. 367 00:32:49,589 --> 00:32:55,505 And the test shot was brilliant. I only had to speak one sentence! 368 00:32:55,589 --> 00:32:58,581 Sometimes one sentence is worth a thousand words. 369 00:32:58,669 --> 00:33:01,945 And Harlan here stands up for your qualification, right? 370 00:33:01,989 --> 00:33:04,105 Certainly! You see, that's enough for me! 371 00:33:04,189 --> 00:33:07,101 But I... don't feel like I'm up to this role! 372 00:33:10,629 --> 00:33:13,143 You actors... 373 00:33:13,229 --> 00:33:18,508 Sometimes you are vain. And sometimes insecure like little children. 374 00:33:18,589 --> 00:33:23,583 But it's this subtlety that makes a great artist. 375 00:33:23,669 --> 00:33:27,582 And, by the way, you were brilliant in your last film. 376 00:33:27,669 --> 00:33:32,424 Only this white paint at the temples, to make you look older! That... 377 00:33:32,509 --> 00:33:36,502 Yeah, ghastly, wasn't it? But they wouldn't listen to me! 378 00:33:36,589 --> 00:33:41,219 What was the title of the film? "Tomorrow I'll get arrested". 379 00:33:41,309 --> 00:33:44,619 "Tomorrow I'll get arrested." 380 00:33:45,909 --> 00:33:49,345 I'll let you alone. 381 00:34:00,909 --> 00:34:04,458 Have a look, Marian. These... 382 00:34:05,829 --> 00:34:10,141 are statistics about the popularity of our German film actors. 383 00:34:10,229 --> 00:34:14,700 You rank poorly. Yes, many only know my face 384 00:34:14,789 --> 00:34:18,145 and not my name. Your face will be forgotten, too 385 00:34:18,229 --> 00:34:23,508 if you're absent for a few years. You can choose: 386 00:34:23,589 --> 00:34:26,581 Either known, favored, famous 387 00:34:26,669 --> 00:34:29,502 or proscribed, lost, forgotten. 388 00:34:30,029 --> 00:34:34,022 I can crush you like a bug. But Mr Goebbels, 389 00:34:34,109 --> 00:34:37,419 I'd be a miscast. 390 00:34:37,629 --> 00:34:41,144 No one would buy this role from me! That's not how my audience wants to see me! 391 00:34:41,229 --> 00:34:44,665 Not how your audience wants to see you? 392 00:34:44,829 --> 00:34:51,098 Who casts you? The audience or me? 393 00:34:51,349 --> 00:34:56,343 Believe me, there are a thousand better ones. I play sympathetic bon vivants. 394 00:34:56,429 --> 00:35:01,025 And your Iago was a sympathetic bon vivant? 395 00:35:01,469 --> 00:35:04,745 No, but that was Shakespeare! And I... 396 00:35:04,829 --> 00:35:07,297 am Josef Goebbels! 397 00:35:07,949 --> 00:35:12,545 On the one hand, you actors demand every support from us. 398 00:35:12,909 --> 00:35:17,221 And we pay you more than our greatest scientists! 399 00:35:17,309 --> 00:35:21,302 But if we once want something from one of our actors, 400 00:35:21,389 --> 00:35:25,905 he thinks: "No, the Jud S�� I cannot play, 401 00:35:25,989 --> 00:35:30,983 otherwise I can't go to Hollywood anymore. Otherwise the jewish vermin over there 402 00:35:31,069 --> 00:35:34,823 won't engage me anymore! Please, that's not the point! 403 00:35:34,909 --> 00:35:38,219 Silence! YOu have lost the right 404 00:35:38,309 --> 00:35:42,905 to tell me in this room that you accept the role! 405 00:35:42,989 --> 00:35:46,425 Leave and tell it to one of the gentlemen of my function! 406 00:35:46,509 --> 00:35:51,105 Out! Out with you! No! I tell you right here! 407 00:35:51,509 --> 00:35:57,505 I don't accept this role. I won't do it! And that's that! 408 00:36:15,909 --> 00:36:20,425 Those actors are like children. Stubborn, but likeable. 409 00:36:20,509 --> 00:36:25,344 He threw an ash tray before my feet and refused. Great! 410 00:36:25,429 --> 00:36:28,865 He's perfect for the role! 411 00:36:39,829 --> 00:36:41,899 Betrayal. 412 00:36:41,989 --> 00:36:45,299 Betrayal on you, betrayal on me. 413 00:36:46,949 --> 00:36:50,385 You'll play the role, then! I... 414 00:36:51,189 --> 00:36:54,499 I rejected it. 415 00:36:55,349 --> 00:36:58,659 You rejected it? 416 00:37:01,189 --> 00:37:03,259 Anna! 417 00:37:05,309 --> 00:37:06,867 he cries 418 00:37:07,229 --> 00:37:09,220 Anna. 419 00:37:13,069 --> 00:37:17,540 I'll never get a role again. I'm ruined. 420 00:37:19,149 --> 00:37:21,140 I'm so proud of you. 421 00:37:21,629 --> 00:37:26,908 Most interesting! She's at least a quarter Jewish. 422 00:37:30,429 --> 00:37:36,948 Well, who knows for what this information will be useful some time. 423 00:37:39,069 --> 00:37:42,300 You're not so stupid. 424 00:37:42,389 --> 00:37:45,381 Come here. 425 00:37:48,109 --> 00:37:51,738 I know what sacrifice you make, I'm very grateful to you. 426 00:37:51,829 --> 00:37:54,821 It's also in my interest. 427 00:37:54,909 --> 00:37:58,822 If you won't get any roles anymore, you'll sit at home the whole day. 428 00:37:58,909 --> 00:38:04,427 Maybe I'll get another role? Yes, why else would he invite you? 429 00:38:04,509 --> 00:38:07,819 To humiliate me. 430 00:38:09,109 --> 00:38:12,101 You're trembling. 431 00:38:12,829 --> 00:38:16,139 It'll be OK. 432 00:38:17,549 --> 00:38:20,541 New guests. 433 00:38:24,269 --> 00:38:27,579 My dear Mrs Marian. 434 00:38:27,829 --> 00:38:32,823 It's a great honour for me to finally get to know you in person. 435 00:38:32,909 --> 00:38:35,423 Good evening. 436 00:38:35,509 --> 00:38:41,539 Well, Marian! Let's get along again? I'd be glad, Mr Goebbels. Thank you very much. 437 00:38:41,629 --> 00:38:43,699 Please. 438 00:38:53,629 --> 00:38:57,065 I'll be right back. Magda. 439 00:38:57,509 --> 00:39:00,706 May I introduce the Marians? It's a true pleasure, 440 00:39:00,789 --> 00:39:05,658 to finally meet you personally. A pity that the R�hmanns didn't come. 441 00:39:05,749 --> 00:39:09,947 Heinz shoots in Munich right now. Are you from Austria as well, Mrs Marian? 442 00:39:10,029 --> 00:39:14,819 Yes, indeed. And she was once a very talented actress, right? 443 00:39:14,909 --> 00:39:19,539 Really? Why aren't you anymore? Sometimes the conditions are not so... 444 00:39:19,629 --> 00:39:21,859 What conditions? 445 00:39:21,949 --> 00:39:26,545 Madam, as you can imagine, I'm unfit as mother and housewife. 446 00:39:26,629 --> 00:39:28,699 I understand. 447 00:39:28,949 --> 00:39:32,544 You knew Wilhelm Deutscher, no? A bit. 448 00:39:32,629 --> 00:39:35,621 He too doesn't work as actor anymore, 449 00:39:35,709 --> 00:39:39,065 and personally I regret it endlessly. 450 00:39:39,149 --> 00:39:42,744 Come, Mrs Marian, I introduce you to another young mother. 451 00:39:42,829 --> 00:39:46,424 Kristina S�derbaum. Kristinchen! Oswald, old warrior! 452 00:39:46,509 --> 00:39:51,424 Now, you got dressed up! May I introduce? Kristina S�derbaum. 453 00:39:51,509 --> 00:39:54,660 Now, my dear! Krauss. 454 00:39:54,749 --> 00:39:58,788 Cling together, swing together? What do you mean? 455 00:39:58,869 --> 00:40:02,908 Look around you. Eugen Kl�pfer, Albert Florath, Malte J�ger. 456 00:40:02,989 --> 00:40:06,299 All who take part! In what? 457 00:40:06,709 --> 00:40:10,338 Well, man, Marian, old chap! So we shoot a film together, after all. 458 00:40:10,429 --> 00:40:13,421 I already look forward to booze with you! Have you heard that one: 459 00:40:13,509 --> 00:40:17,502 The devil comes to the actor, says: "My friend, you can have everything, 460 00:40:17,589 --> 00:40:21,628 big roles, big houses, beautiful women, fast cars. But! 461 00:40:21,709 --> 00:40:25,702 But you must sell your soul to me! 462 00:40:25,789 --> 00:40:30,385 "Yes," the actor says, "yes, yes. But what's the catch?" 463 00:40:31,709 --> 00:40:34,701 What's the catch? 464 00:40:35,949 --> 00:40:39,942 Listen, another one: Himmler's last hour has come, 465 00:40:40,029 --> 00:40:42,941 lies on his death-bed, yes. Calls for a rabbi. Why? 466 00:40:43,029 --> 00:40:45,827 Wants to convert to Judaism. Why? 467 00:40:45,909 --> 00:40:49,219 Again one more less! 468 00:40:51,669 --> 00:40:54,661 One less! 469 00:40:55,869 --> 00:41:01,865 You see, Marian, our faithful Heinrich is there as well! 470 00:41:02,629 --> 00:41:06,065 My esteemed Ladies and Gentlemen! 471 00:41:07,629 --> 00:41:14,421 May I introduce to you now the kingpin of our project: 472 00:41:14,989 --> 00:41:18,299 Ferdinand Marian. 473 00:41:21,189 --> 00:41:25,341 It wasn't easy for him 474 00:41:25,749 --> 00:41:30,345 to accept this role, but I am convinced 475 00:41:30,629 --> 00:41:34,463 that he will play it brilliantly and will very soon 476 00:41:34,549 --> 00:41:40,465 be among the first and foremost of our German actors. 477 00:41:40,549 --> 00:41:42,540 Bravo calls 478 00:41:48,189 --> 00:41:52,341 Because this film, my dear friends, 479 00:41:52,749 --> 00:41:57,345 will be our German "Panzerkreuzer Potemkin"! 480 00:41:58,389 --> 00:42:00,380 Bravo calls 481 00:42:01,989 --> 00:42:07,985 Because it's simply a question of time, my friends, 482 00:42:08,829 --> 00:42:11,821 until our German films 483 00:42:12,429 --> 00:42:16,820 will be viewed around the world. 484 00:42:17,749 --> 00:42:19,944 Yes! 485 00:42:25,909 --> 00:42:29,379 And isn't it irony of fate, 486 00:42:29,829 --> 00:42:33,026 in German films the Jews will 487 00:42:33,829 --> 00:42:36,627 be played by Aryan actors! 488 00:42:38,829 --> 00:42:42,424 In American films, however 489 00:42:43,589 --> 00:42:48,822 the National Socialists are played by Jewish immigrants! 490 00:42:51,829 --> 00:42:53,820 Bravo calls 491 00:42:59,069 --> 00:43:02,379 Sieg heil! (all) Sieg heil! 492 00:43:05,069 --> 00:43:09,665 Now, my dear Moser! You want to act in the film as well? 493 00:43:11,389 --> 00:43:18,500 I'm terribly sorry, but the "Jud S��" is really no comedy. 494 00:43:18,749 --> 00:43:23,106 I thought, maybe you want to tell me something concerning my wife? 495 00:43:23,189 --> 00:43:26,499 Well, well, you thought? 496 00:43:28,229 --> 00:43:33,508 If you believe it or not, our dear Moser writes 497 00:43:34,309 --> 00:43:39,303 an essay-long letter to the Fuehrer, in which he asks 498 00:43:39,389 --> 00:43:43,860 permission for the return of his Jewish wife. 499 00:43:44,389 --> 00:43:47,381 What to say to that? 500 00:43:51,229 --> 00:43:54,221 Does that mean, I can hope, Mr Goebbels? 501 00:43:54,309 --> 00:43:59,224 My wife is such a decent person. Yes, yes, my dear Moser, I know that. 502 00:43:59,309 --> 00:44:05,305 And suddenly there are 80 millio decent Jews in Germany, 503 00:44:05,829 --> 00:44:10,425 since every single German knows at least one. 504 00:44:11,389 --> 00:44:15,462 No, no, my dear Moser, no, no. But we are no monsters, 505 00:44:15,549 --> 00:44:20,145 and you are still the favorite comedian of our Fuehrer, 506 00:44:20,389 --> 00:44:26,100 so wait until the war is won, then we can talk about it. 507 00:44:26,189 --> 00:44:30,660 Ladies and gentlemen, the dancing can begin! 508 00:44:49,389 --> 00:44:53,985 Now, Marian. Has everything turned to good account? 509 00:44:57,189 --> 00:45:01,785 Thank you, no, I don't want to dance. Excuse me. 510 00:45:08,269 --> 00:45:11,818 I am certain that you'll deliver a Jew under my guidance, 511 00:45:11,909 --> 00:45:15,345 who'll go down in history. 512 00:45:34,669 --> 00:45:37,945 Well, my dear Mrs Marian. 513 00:45:38,029 --> 00:45:42,341 Wouldn't you like to play a small role again some time? 514 00:45:42,429 --> 00:45:45,421 At your husband's side perhaps? 515 00:45:45,509 --> 00:45:48,421 Anna Altmann is still a familiar name! 516 00:45:48,509 --> 00:45:52,024 Especially in your Austrian homeland. Well, you know, 517 00:45:52,109 --> 00:45:57,229 I'm quite content at home. Besides, our daughter needs me. 518 00:45:57,309 --> 00:46:01,905 And inside operates the virtuous housewife, right? 519 00:46:02,349 --> 00:46:05,466 But is it enough for a woman like you, such a... 520 00:46:06,029 --> 00:46:12,548 bourgeous life as plain housewife? Why should it not be enough for me? 521 00:46:19,069 --> 00:46:23,665 Oh, but I feel the passion that burns inside you. 522 00:46:27,229 --> 00:46:30,141 And Britta is pregnant. 523 00:46:30,229 --> 00:46:34,541 Really? It doesn't seem so. Congratulations! 524 00:46:34,629 --> 00:46:39,225 I'm only in the third month. Charming, charming. 525 00:46:40,229 --> 00:46:44,347 And what will you do in the near future? - Britta! Can you hear? 526 00:46:44,429 --> 00:46:48,945 Mr Goebbels just said it. Mr Marian plays the "Jud S��". 527 00:46:49,029 --> 00:46:52,021 Congratulations! 528 00:47:02,589 --> 00:47:06,741 I want to leave. You can stay, if you want. 529 00:47:13,909 --> 00:47:18,141 Tell me, my dear Marian, does your wife dislike us perhaps? 530 00:47:18,229 --> 00:47:21,539 Oh, not at all, she just feels a bit indisposed today. 531 00:47:21,629 --> 00:47:27,625 Oh yes, the moods and maladies of women, I know them well. 532 00:47:28,629 --> 00:47:32,224 My dear Mrs Marian. Thank you very much for the invitation. 533 00:47:32,309 --> 00:47:36,621 I hope you'll feel better soon and you'll come again soon. 534 00:47:36,709 --> 00:47:40,748 We will, Mr Goebbels. It was a pleasure for me. 535 00:47:40,829 --> 00:47:42,820 Farewell! 536 00:47:42,869 --> 00:47:44,860 Sieg heil calls from the next room 537 00:47:46,829 --> 00:47:51,141 Goebbels doesn't want some cheap anti-semitic propaganda, he's too clever for that. 538 00:47:51,229 --> 00:47:56,508 He wants international honour, you understand? 539 00:47:56,949 --> 00:48:03,024 With the creme de la creme of our actors! That's a unique chance! 540 00:48:03,109 --> 00:48:06,545 Can you miss that? 541 00:48:08,389 --> 00:48:13,179 I'll give them a Jew one will pity in the end. 542 00:48:13,269 --> 00:48:17,148 A human being, you understand? All will fall for my charm! 543 00:48:17,229 --> 00:48:20,221 I know well, how to get the audience on my side! 544 00:48:20,309 --> 00:48:25,224 There are a thousand tricks how to make the Jew sympathetic! 545 00:48:25,309 --> 00:48:29,302 Tell me, why must my role be worse than that of Krauss 546 00:48:29,389 --> 00:48:33,223 or of the dutiful German Aryans? I never said so. 547 00:48:33,309 --> 00:48:39,305 Well, then! Why must I stand apart, then? Tell me. 548 00:49:04,069 --> 00:49:05,900 Mom. 549 00:49:15,829 --> 00:49:19,663 Sir, I recommend you, not to miss the next stagecoach! 550 00:49:19,749 --> 00:49:22,741 I have some work to do in Stuttgart and wanted to inform myself, 551 00:49:22,829 --> 00:49:26,822 if he can recommend an inn. In the Capital Stuttgart 552 00:49:26,909 --> 00:49:30,219 there are no Jewish inns! 553 00:49:33,709 --> 00:49:36,781 My compliments to your knowledge of human nature, Sir, 554 00:49:36,869 --> 00:49:40,862 but I'm so thankful to the amiable lady, that she will understand 555 00:49:40,949 --> 00:49:44,862 if I give no answer. 556 00:49:44,949 --> 00:49:48,464 Must you really close your eyes and look to the ground? 557 00:49:48,549 --> 00:49:53,942 Be a bit more confident! More cheeky! I just got deeply humiliated. 558 00:49:54,029 --> 00:49:59,422 Why? A Jew knows such humiliations and knows how to deal with them. 559 00:49:59,509 --> 00:50:05,505 He lived in the ghetto! There everybody treated him with respect. 560 00:50:06,549 --> 00:50:09,461 I don't argue with you. 561 00:50:09,549 --> 00:50:12,541 Mr Goebbels has announced himself personally for the shooting tomorrow. 562 00:50:12,629 --> 00:50:15,826 Wonderful! Let him judge it! What? 563 00:50:15,909 --> 00:50:20,346 The way how you behave here? That as well, please, yes. 564 00:50:20,429 --> 00:50:24,422 Sir, I recommend you, not to miss the next stagecoach! 565 00:50:24,509 --> 00:50:28,502 I have some work to do in Stuttgart and wanted to inform myself, 566 00:50:28,589 --> 00:50:32,582 if he can recommend an inn. In the Capital Stuttgart 567 00:50:32,669 --> 00:50:35,979 there are no Jewish inns! 568 00:50:39,149 --> 00:50:42,459 My compliments to your knowledge of human nature, Sir. 569 00:50:42,549 --> 00:50:45,541 Camera off! 570 00:50:46,549 --> 00:50:49,746 We wanted to do it differently! Really? 571 00:50:49,829 --> 00:50:51,899 Bravo! 572 00:50:55,149 --> 00:50:58,585 You see, Marian, I was right. 573 00:50:59,269 --> 00:51:02,545 You shine in your role! 574 00:51:02,629 --> 00:51:05,621 Don't you worry, Mr Goebbels, the viewer could sympathise 575 00:51:05,709 --> 00:51:09,258 with S��, when he speaks the sentence with such dignity? 576 00:51:09,349 --> 00:51:14,946 Oh, no! Why? The Jew must be a human being and no monster! 577 00:51:15,029 --> 00:51:19,784 Otherwise everyone would instantly think: What a cheap propaganda! 578 00:51:19,869 --> 00:51:24,465 And later, we draw the viewer back to our side with the words of your father, 579 00:51:24,549 --> 00:51:26,744 when he says: 580 00:51:26,829 --> 00:51:31,186 "My daughter won't give birth to Jewish children!" 581 00:51:31,269 --> 00:51:35,865 And then, the sentence that strikes like a blow! 582 00:51:38,189 --> 00:51:42,660 "What's that insolence, you prick, 583 00:51:43,709 --> 00:51:48,305 to breed discord between the duke and his people?" 584 00:51:51,549 --> 00:51:55,827 And as soon as the Jew is out of the room, Eugen Kl�pfer tears open the window 585 00:51:55,909 --> 00:51:59,026 and says: "Fresh air!" 586 00:51:59,109 --> 00:52:04,024 No, let Marian do his work! He will be hanged in the end, anyway. 587 00:52:04,109 --> 00:52:08,102 You would be a brilliant actor! I would, my dear Harlan? 588 00:52:08,189 --> 00:52:11,499 I am! I am. 589 00:52:13,869 --> 00:52:17,305 Oh, Ladies and gentlemen! And by the way, 590 00:52:18,389 --> 00:52:22,746 France is free, the Fuehrer is in Paris! 591 00:52:22,829 --> 00:52:26,265 (all) Bravo, Mr Goebbels! Bravo. 592 00:52:26,509 --> 00:52:31,105 And even abroad he's now recognized as a great statesman. 593 00:52:31,189 --> 00:52:35,785 In all measures, he's far ahead of development. 594 00:52:39,589 --> 00:52:44,868 As every genius, by the way. How often he surprised even me. 595 00:52:45,829 --> 00:52:47,820 all are laughing 596 00:52:48,149 --> 00:52:51,937 In this sense, good work and Heil Hitler! 597 00:52:52,029 --> 00:52:53,428 (all) Heil Hitler! 598 00:52:53,509 --> 00:52:57,661 Oh, and Harlan, your Jewish extras 599 00:52:58,629 --> 00:53:01,746 you can recruit from a Polish ghetto. And I suggest 600 00:53:01,829 --> 00:53:05,902 that Marian drives directly with you. That way, my dear Marian, 601 00:53:05,989 --> 00:53:09,459 you'd have the opportunity to study real Jews. 602 00:53:09,549 --> 00:53:13,303 So, keep it up, my dear Marian, great! 603 00:53:13,389 --> 00:53:16,699 Sieg heil! (all) Sieg heil! 604 00:53:21,189 --> 00:53:24,499 So, the scene once again? 605 00:53:25,709 --> 00:53:29,019 In the can! Rebuilding break. 606 00:53:31,989 --> 00:53:33,980 honking 607 00:53:50,709 --> 00:53:55,305 Fall in! Line up! - Fall in! Line up! 608 00:53:55,909 --> 00:53:59,219 Fall in! Line up! 609 00:53:59,429 --> 00:54:02,739 How many Jews do you need? A few dozen, Hauptsturmf�hrer. 610 00:54:02,829 --> 00:54:04,899 Deutscher. 611 00:54:05,829 --> 00:54:07,899 Deutscher! 612 00:54:11,149 --> 00:54:15,427 Step forward. Our interpreter. Just come from the homeland. 613 00:54:15,509 --> 00:54:21,505 Well, introduce yourself, then. With complete first and surname. 614 00:54:22,309 --> 00:54:25,619 Wilhelm Adolf Deutscher. 615 00:54:28,349 --> 00:54:32,342 Cracking! Well, Wilhelm is still all right. But Adolf! 616 00:54:32,429 --> 00:54:35,421 That is really exaggerated for a Jew! 617 00:54:35,509 --> 00:54:40,105 And then the comparative form of Deutsch: Deutscher. 618 00:54:41,389 --> 00:54:45,143 It is Israeli-German, you piece of shit! 619 00:54:45,229 --> 00:54:50,747 I need 150 people, Mr Deutscher. Of these, let's say, 30 women. 620 00:54:50,829 --> 00:54:53,946 As extras for a great film. We shoot in Berlin. 621 00:54:54,029 --> 00:54:59,865 Decent food and shelter, comfortable train ride there and back. 622 00:54:59,949 --> 00:55:04,261 Yes, yes. The people will be glad to get away from here, for once. 623 00:55:04,349 --> 00:55:07,864 Who told you to open your mouth? Let it be, Mr Frowein. 624 00:55:07,949 --> 00:55:12,420 Can you select the people? Yes, I'll see to it myself. 625 00:55:12,509 --> 00:55:16,502 Can I contribute as well? - No way! 626 00:55:16,589 --> 00:55:20,138 I need you here! As an interpreter alone. 627 00:55:20,229 --> 00:55:27,067 Could you take him along for my sake? Just look at his face. 628 00:55:39,429 --> 00:55:43,342 You're right, Marian. A very good head for close-ups. 629 00:55:43,429 --> 00:55:46,421 You could do without him for a couple of days, no? 630 00:55:46,509 --> 00:55:49,501 (Frowein) Yes, certainly, if it's necessary. 631 00:55:50,909 --> 00:55:52,900 French chanting 632 00:56:16,549 --> 00:56:22,306 One day shooting break. I thought, Maybe your wife misses you? 633 00:56:22,389 --> 00:56:25,825 I just wanted to go out. Where? 634 00:56:26,149 --> 00:56:29,585 Where there are people! Life, music. 635 00:56:31,069 --> 00:56:33,458 Where is Maria? At Wortmanns. 636 00:56:33,549 --> 00:56:36,780 She didn't want to see me anymore. I can imagine, in that state. 637 00:56:36,869 --> 00:56:41,021 I told her her grandmother is Jewish. Are you mad? 638 00:56:41,109 --> 00:56:47,981 Yes. I want to be mad. Like all of you. Come, drink with me! 639 00:56:49,909 --> 00:56:54,141 You're going nowhere. You're finished. Then fuck me, at least. 640 00:56:54,229 --> 00:57:00,225 With the others you do it, too! Or do I not attract you anymore? 641 00:57:21,589 --> 00:57:24,899 That's racial defilement! 642 00:57:44,909 --> 00:57:47,901 Incomprehensible Jewish chant 643 00:57:54,909 --> 00:57:56,900 Incomprehensible talk 644 00:57:57,829 --> 00:57:59,899 Ferdl! 645 00:58:01,109 --> 00:58:03,179 Erich! 646 00:58:04,629 --> 00:58:07,621 What are you doing here in Prague? I shoot a comedy. 647 00:58:07,709 --> 00:58:10,826 May I introduce Vlasta. she's an extra. 648 00:58:10,909 --> 00:58:15,061 Ferdinand Marian, the famous actor. 649 00:58:17,589 --> 00:58:21,138 It has always been my wish to become an actress. 650 00:58:21,229 --> 00:58:24,665 I bet you're a great talent. 651 00:58:29,989 --> 00:58:33,425 Cheers, my friend. To happier times. 652 00:58:33,509 --> 00:58:38,105 At least you've been spared from typhus. 653 00:58:41,229 --> 00:58:43,345 Heil Hitler! (all) Heil Hitler! 654 00:58:43,429 --> 00:58:45,260 Heil. 655 00:58:46,509 --> 00:58:49,945 Go on. I like it. 656 00:58:53,109 --> 00:58:55,748 Hello, Mr Knauf. - Heil Hitler. 657 00:58:55,829 --> 00:58:59,139 Who's that? This guy! 658 00:58:59,989 --> 00:59:04,426 He shot the film "Der ewige Jude". In front of a camera, 659 00:59:04,509 --> 00:59:09,583 they forced men and women from the ghetto to copulate. 660 00:59:09,669 --> 00:59:12,979 With guns aimed at them. 661 00:59:20,909 --> 00:59:24,345 Cheers, Marian! Doctor Knauf 662 00:59:24,549 --> 00:59:28,064 from the press department of Terra Film. May I introduce: 663 00:59:28,149 --> 00:59:31,824 Mr Deutscher, a former colleague of mine. 664 00:59:31,909 --> 00:59:35,299 Tell me, extras are needed here all the time? 665 00:59:35,389 --> 00:59:39,382 Bit player would be even better. The minister announced before the "Jud S��" 666 00:59:39,469 --> 00:59:43,462 that films with a similar topic are produced regularly now. 667 00:59:43,549 --> 00:59:48,384 Maybe I really got something for you. - As what? As professional Jew? 668 00:59:48,469 --> 00:59:52,462 And how do I justify this before my people, when the war is over? 669 00:59:52,549 --> 00:59:59,387 It will take longer! At least as long until G�ring fits into Goebbels' trousers. 670 01:00:02,829 --> 01:00:05,821 You two I don't need to introduce anymore. 671 01:00:05,909 --> 01:00:10,380 No, we had the honour already. Good evening. 672 01:00:11,989 --> 01:00:17,347 What's the difference between Christianity and National Socialism? 673 01:00:17,429 --> 01:00:24,267 In Christianity, one dies for all, in National Socialism: All for one! 674 01:00:28,949 --> 01:00:33,420 I must remember this one. I must remember this one! 675 01:00:38,629 --> 01:00:42,065 Do you have a cigarette for me? 676 01:00:54,629 --> 01:01:01,467 One thing intersts me, how does it feel to play a lousy Jew? 677 01:01:02,309 --> 01:01:07,144 I know why you stand up for me. To silence your bad conscience, 678 01:01:07,229 --> 01:01:10,938 because you caused my arrest. 679 01:01:11,029 --> 01:01:14,146 I understand that one gets paranoid in your situation, Mr Deutscher, 680 01:01:14,229 --> 01:01:20,748 but to suspect me of this, when I accomodated you, that's too much. 681 01:01:22,229 --> 01:01:28,862 Then I must apologize? No, you don't have to. It's alright. 682 01:01:28,949 --> 01:01:32,942 One thing I can promise you, this won't be any cheap propaganda, 683 01:01:33,029 --> 01:01:36,465 this will be an artistic film. 684 01:01:39,629 --> 01:01:42,939 Do you promise? 685 01:01:51,309 --> 01:01:55,905 No Jew can enter Stuttgart. You know that well. 686 01:01:57,709 --> 01:02:01,622 If His Serene Highness is interested to do business with me, 687 01:02:01,709 --> 01:02:05,145 Your Excellency will certainly contrive ways to get me a passport, 688 01:02:05,229 --> 01:02:08,221 which will remove all difficulties on the border for me. 689 01:02:08,309 --> 01:02:12,302 You don't even get across the barrier with your passport. 690 01:02:12,389 --> 01:02:16,223 Lift the Jewish barrier! Lift the Jewish barrier? 691 01:02:16,309 --> 01:02:20,746 Not even the duke can do that. The duke gets his jewellery, 692 01:02:20,829 --> 01:02:23,946 but only if I myself can bring it. 693 01:02:24,029 --> 01:02:28,625 Alright. But it is urgent, the duke needs the jewellery. 694 01:02:29,709 --> 01:02:34,988 Trust S�� Oppeneimer, your Excellency. Levi? 695 01:02:45,029 --> 01:02:48,305 Are you crazy, Joseph? You want to cut beard? 696 01:02:48,389 --> 01:02:52,428 You want to cut Pejes? You don't want to wear a Kaftan anymore? 697 01:02:52,509 --> 01:02:56,661 Hoste nicht Moire vorm Rebbe? Du Chammer! (You fool!) 698 01:02:59,029 --> 01:03:05,104 I open the door for all of you! You'll walk in velvet and silk. 699 01:03:05,189 --> 01:03:09,228 It can be tomorrow, it can be the day after tomorrow. 700 01:03:09,309 --> 01:03:12,301 But it will be! 701 01:03:14,989 --> 01:03:21,508 Really? Should a Jew be more generous than the gentlemen from my region? 702 01:03:22,229 --> 01:03:26,825 The people apparently don't know how to treat a great man. 703 01:03:26,909 --> 01:03:30,743 And you know that? I believe I know. Par exemple: 704 01:03:30,829 --> 01:03:35,345 I don't understand why the estates deny His Serene Highness a ballet. 705 01:03:35,429 --> 01:03:40,503 I won't get into my head. His Serene Highness allow that I, 706 01:03:40,589 --> 01:03:43,899 if I could make an arrangement, that His Serene Highness could 707 01:03:43,989 --> 01:03:46,981 maybe... the ballet, I mean, I don't know, but maybe... ... 708 01:03:47,069 --> 01:03:50,823 I'd consider myself lucky if I could say justly: 709 01:03:50,909 --> 01:03:55,061 I am a faithful servant to my master! 710 01:04:04,109 --> 01:04:07,419 Remchingen. - Yes, His Serene Highness. 711 01:04:07,709 --> 01:04:10,428 Interrupt the rehearsal. 712 01:04:10,509 --> 01:04:13,945 Bring me the little one, the black-haired, 713 01:04:15,389 --> 01:04:18,381 bring her up to me. 714 01:04:25,629 --> 01:04:28,268 Sweet! His Serene Highness. 715 01:04:28,349 --> 01:04:31,659 I need something little. 716 01:04:35,709 --> 01:04:40,180 I've got nothing else with me at the moment. 717 01:05:08,309 --> 01:05:13,941 You see, Hippler. That's what I mean: Subtle manipulation. 718 01:05:14,029 --> 01:05:17,465 Right. This will do. 719 01:05:18,309 --> 01:05:21,938 But that's the husband of Dorothea Sturm. 720 01:05:22,029 --> 01:05:26,261 The most Christian husband. Who are the rebels? 721 01:05:26,349 --> 01:05:30,820 He wants to speak out? Who wants civil war? 722 01:05:30,909 --> 01:05:32,979 You! Me? 723 01:05:35,309 --> 01:05:39,780 Interesting! It's you who want the coup d'etat. 724 01:05:41,309 --> 01:05:44,028 You advised the duke so, didn't you? 725 01:05:44,109 --> 01:05:50,947 It rests on me to ask. Not on him. It will be more embarassing for him than for me. 726 01:05:51,429 --> 01:05:54,739 To the screws with the gentleman. 727 01:05:54,949 --> 02:04:25,000 Without mercy. Until he speaks. 728 01:05:59,589 --> 01:06:02,899 She should look at this one. 729 01:06:04,069 --> 01:06:07,379 Well, does she look at it? 730 01:06:08,069 --> 01:06:12,665 Does she still think she can lure me with it? 731 01:06:20,629 --> 01:06:25,749 She wants to free her father and husband? She's doing it cleverly. 732 01:06:25,829 --> 01:06:29,344 If a bird-catcher has to let a bird out of the cage, 733 01:06:29,429 --> 01:06:34,025 he must have another one for it. That she will understand? 734 01:06:35,349 --> 01:06:38,659 The cloth is out. Go! 735 01:06:40,149 --> 01:06:43,585 Now, Carl, do you really have fun with that? 736 01:06:46,549 --> 01:06:50,701 She knows that voice? For Heaven's sake! 737 01:06:51,989 --> 01:06:55,186 Remove the cloth. Come on, remove it! 738 01:06:55,269 --> 01:06:59,740 What does it mean? Does she still hear something? This it means. 739 01:07:01,829 --> 01:07:03,820 screams 740 01:07:03,989 --> 01:07:07,425 Come on, remove it, my child. Carl! 741 01:07:09,709 --> 01:07:11,859 Now she gives me back my cloth. No! 742 01:07:11,949 --> 01:07:15,737 Then she should keep it, but... Father in heaven. 743 01:07:15,829 --> 01:07:20,425 What? Oh, praying. Well, then pray she. 744 01:07:21,309 --> 01:07:25,222 Pray she to her God. Pray she, then. But it's not only you Christians who have a God. 745 01:07:25,309 --> 01:07:28,221 We Jews have one, too. And that's the god of revenge. 746 01:07:28,309 --> 01:07:32,302 An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. She should thank her father. 747 01:07:32,389 --> 01:07:35,540 He shall let me! Does she not want, that I make 748 01:07:35,629 --> 01:07:39,542 that the traitors won't be shot? He shouldn't touch me! 749 01:07:39,629 --> 01:07:46,467 Oh, she shouldn't make such a fuss! Afterwards she can have her actuary back. 750 01:07:47,629 --> 01:07:49,824 reporter questions in Italian 751 01:08:00,069 --> 01:08:04,381 Buona sera. Io sono molto contento 752 01:08:04,469 --> 01:08:08,621 essere qui in Italia e di avere I'onore 753 01:08:09,229 --> 01:08:14,542 di far vedere il nostro bello film qui in Italia. Un saluto Romano! 754 01:08:14,629 --> 01:08:16,824 applause and incomprehensible shouts 755 01:08:22,069 --> 01:08:27,621 Great respnse. Are you a bit proud of your husband now? 756 01:08:27,709 --> 01:08:30,701 Of course. 757 01:08:37,749 --> 01:08:41,537 You were absolutely marvelous in your role, I'm proud of you. 758 01:08:41,629 --> 01:08:47,386 Even though I followed no single stage direction. 759 01:08:47,469 --> 01:08:50,905 May I introduce? Signor Donadoni. 760 01:08:51,189 --> 01:08:53,828 One of the greatest Italian film producers. 761 01:08:53,909 --> 01:08:59,347 Signor Marian, my firm has good contacts to America. Hollywood. 762 01:08:59,429 --> 01:09:03,422 Would you be interested in a major international project? 763 01:09:03,509 --> 01:09:08,424 Of course, if you got something appropriate. Well, I see you as a lover 764 01:09:08,509 --> 01:09:12,661 with, how shall I put it, certain bad sides. 765 01:09:14,029 --> 01:09:17,465 How do you know my husband that well? 766 01:09:20,709 --> 01:09:25,624 Success all around! Mr Marian, now you will get famous all over the world. 767 01:09:25,709 --> 01:09:29,622 All important papers praise you. Here, for example: 768 01:09:29,709 --> 01:09:33,543 Ferdinand Marian portrays the figure of S�ss with greatest subtlety, 769 01:09:33,629 --> 01:09:38,908 the presentation of a Jew will go down in cinematic history. 770 01:09:39,069 --> 01:09:42,539 This writes an Italian critic with the fabulous name: 771 01:09:42,629 --> 01:09:44,699 Michelangelo Antonioni. 772 01:09:46,149 --> 01:09:50,301 What is it, Ferdl? Will we risk it? 773 01:09:51,909 --> 01:09:54,901 The day after tomorrow there's a plane from Rome to Casablanca. 774 01:09:54,989 --> 01:09:58,425 And from there, a ship to New York. 775 01:10:00,669 --> 01:10:04,742 Mr Donadoni promised to arrange everything. 776 01:10:04,829 --> 01:10:06,899 I know. 777 01:10:08,469 --> 01:10:11,461 Do you love me? 778 01:10:12,309 --> 01:10:15,301 Yes, I love you. 779 01:10:20,229 --> 01:10:24,381 But I still have to go to the premiere in Berlin. 780 01:10:48,709 --> 01:10:53,305 Even the heart of his duchess he did obtain by fraud. 781 01:10:55,069 --> 01:10:58,061 Only the heart? I don't understand. 782 01:10:58,149 --> 01:11:01,585 I asked, if it were only the heart? 783 01:11:02,429 --> 01:11:08,538 How does His Serene Highness mean that? I mean that you hold nothing sacred. 784 01:11:08,629 --> 01:11:11,348 Not even the wife of your duke. 785 01:11:11,429 --> 01:11:14,865 Only your profit, your interests. 786 01:11:16,229 --> 01:11:19,346 His Highness seem to mistrust me. 787 01:11:19,429 --> 01:11:21,260 Yes... 788 01:11:22,349 --> 01:11:25,341 I mistrust you. 789 01:11:26,389 --> 01:11:28,823 incomprehensible shouting 790 01:11:38,229 --> 01:11:40,948 That's how revolutions start. 791 01:11:41,029 --> 01:11:44,817 A bloodbath, if your Highness doesn't reflects betimes. 792 01:11:44,909 --> 01:11:49,983 Confront the people with a power they don't dare to challenge. 793 01:11:50,069 --> 01:11:54,665 How much is that? I mean, to lend soldiers? How much is that? 794 01:11:55,829 --> 01:11:59,185 How much does your Highness need? 795 01:11:59,269 --> 01:12:02,864 If however, a Jew mingles with a Christian woman in the flesh, 796 01:12:02,949 --> 01:12:05,941 he shall by cord be brought from life to death, 797 01:12:06,029 --> 01:12:12,548 to him for just deserts, as a deterrant to everyone! 798 01:12:20,189 --> 01:12:24,785 I was nothing but a faithful servant to my sovereign! 799 01:12:27,309 --> 01:12:32,588 It's not my fault if your duke was a traitor! 800 01:12:34,669 --> 01:12:38,139 I want to make up for everything, I swear. 801 01:12:38,229 --> 01:12:42,620 Take from me my houses, take my money, but let me live! 802 01:12:42,709 --> 01:12:45,701 I'm innocent! 803 01:12:45,989 --> 01:12:50,460 I'm just a poor Jew! Let me live! 804 01:12:50,749 --> 01:12:54,185 I want to live! Live I want! Live! 805 01:12:59,909 --> 01:13:05,063 The Estates proclaim through me the will of the people of W�rttemberg. 806 01:13:05,149 --> 01:13:09,301 All Jews are to leave W�rttemberg within three days. 807 01:13:09,389 --> 01:13:12,745 The ban on jews hereby applies to the whole of W�rttemberg! 808 01:13:12,829 --> 01:13:16,981 Assigned at Stuttgart on February 4th, 1738. 809 01:13:18,709 --> 01:13:23,305 May our desendants adhere to it strictly, 810 01:13:24,229 --> 01:13:29,428 so that they might be spared much suffering concerning their possession and life 811 01:13:29,509 --> 01:13:33,661 and the blood of their children and children's children. 812 01:14:23,709 --> 01:14:26,701 Well, gentlemen! 813 01:14:28,509 --> 01:14:33,105 As I can see, you're as delighted as me. 814 01:14:33,389 --> 01:14:38,144 To praise above all are the accomplishments of KraUSS 815 01:14:38,829 --> 01:14:40,820 and Marian. 816 01:14:44,429 --> 01:14:47,626 And please make it clear in all your articles 817 01:14:47,709 --> 01:14:52,908 what a big nationalistic sacrifice both had to make 818 01:14:52,989 --> 01:14:56,186 by playing a Jew. 819 01:14:56,269 --> 01:14:59,181 And once again, for the hopelessly stupid: 820 01:14:59,269 --> 01:15:03,865 Of course none of them is a Jew! 821 01:15:04,909 --> 01:15:09,266 Comments on the Jewish question don't belong to the film reviews, 822 01:15:09,349 --> 01:15:12,341 but to the politics section! 823 01:15:12,429 --> 01:15:17,025 And there, this film is a marvelous occasion, of course. 824 01:15:17,149 --> 01:15:19,743 The tenor should be like: 825 01:15:19,829 --> 01:15:23,139 At least since the start of the war, 826 01:15:23,229 --> 01:15:27,825 the Jews are our officially declared enemies! 827 01:15:28,309 --> 01:15:32,780 And such have always been detained, 828 01:15:33,549 --> 01:15:37,064 to prevent sabotage and espionage. 829 01:15:37,149 --> 01:15:41,620 And that's just how the enemies treat us Germans. 830 01:15:42,269 --> 01:15:46,865 And who, my dear friends, does pity us? 831 01:15:51,909 --> 01:15:53,706 The Fuehrer... 832 01:15:55,509 --> 01:15:58,945 already predicted it in January '39 . 833 01:16:01,109 --> 01:16:07,059 If the Jews provoke war one more time, 834 01:16:07,669 --> 01:16:11,105 it will end with their annihilation! 835 01:16:22,989 --> 01:16:24,980 incomprehensible talk 836 01:16:26,709 --> 01:16:30,463 One buys the Jew from Marian, one could say, he is a Jew. 837 01:16:30,549 --> 01:16:34,542 I don't want to know how many people from now on think that he's a Jew. 838 01:16:34,629 --> 01:16:37,905 Excuse me for a moment. I don't doubt it at all, 839 01:16:37,989 --> 01:16:41,425 that this will be a tremendous success. 840 01:16:43,309 --> 01:16:46,062 Congratulations! 841 01:16:46,149 --> 01:16:50,745 A great success! And you see, it is possible after all! 842 01:16:50,829 --> 01:16:56,825 The artistically significant, stirring National Socialist film. 843 01:16:57,029 --> 01:17:01,420 And, Marian, all rave about your performance. 844 01:17:01,509 --> 01:17:06,060 Well, I'm just a poor Jew, I only did my duty. 845 01:17:06,149 --> 01:17:09,425 He's just a poor Jew! 846 01:17:09,509 --> 01:17:12,581 Oh, excuse me, madam. 847 01:17:12,669 --> 01:17:18,619 I think your dear husband really needs a sympathetic role now. 848 01:17:18,709 --> 01:17:21,906 What about you two together in a... 849 01:17:22,549 --> 01:17:26,701 in a comedy? Oh! That would be fantastic, a dream! 850 01:17:27,149 --> 01:17:32,428 And dreams are there to be fulfilled! 851 01:17:35,309 --> 01:17:39,302 Excuse me for a moment. Marian, may I introduce 852 01:17:39,389 --> 01:17:43,985 a fervent admirer of your acting. 853 01:17:45,549 --> 01:17:49,861 Mrs Frowein. You already know her husband from the Polish ghetto. 854 01:17:49,949 --> 01:17:53,385 SS-Hauptsturmf�hrer Frowein. Ah! 855 01:17:55,909 --> 01:17:59,345 You have nothing to drink? 856 01:18:04,389 --> 01:18:07,540 Excuse me, but I should... First of all you must explain to me 857 01:18:07,629 --> 01:18:14,740 how you managed so impressively to empathize with someone who's about to be hanged. 858 01:18:15,229 --> 01:18:19,825 I'm an actor. What exactly did you feel then? 859 01:18:20,349 --> 01:18:23,659 Terror? Desparation? 860 01:18:24,909 --> 01:18:27,901 Maybe even pleasure? 861 01:18:27,989 --> 01:18:31,186 Pleasure? It is known that a hanged man 862 01:18:31,269 --> 01:18:35,865 gets his last erection. - Congratulation, Mr Marian. 863 01:18:36,509 --> 01:18:41,185 It must have been an everyday struggle to portray this scum. 864 01:18:41,269 --> 01:18:44,944 Why? I felt with him, I understood him! 865 01:18:45,029 --> 01:18:48,738 Otherwise I would have played a caricature and no human being. 866 01:18:48,829 --> 01:18:52,344 Believe me, I also feel bad for every human, 867 01:18:52,429 --> 01:18:56,138 but duty is duty, we all play our roles. 868 01:18:56,229 --> 01:18:59,938 Will this film be shown in Posen too? Sure. Why not? 869 01:19:00,029 --> 01:19:03,544 Lutz gets a country estate there, as part of the settlement plan. 870 01:19:03,629 --> 01:19:06,826 Really? You know something about agriculture? 871 01:19:06,909 --> 01:19:11,425 The Poles will do it all. - On Tuesday I have to go to the service. 872 01:19:11,509 --> 01:19:14,785 That would also be an interesting environment study for your role, 873 01:19:14,869 --> 01:19:18,862 but don't be scared, you only played the Jew. 874 01:19:18,949 --> 01:19:21,941 ringing and sirens 875 01:19:33,509 --> 01:19:40,028 May I ask you to come into the air-raid shelter as well, drinks are provided. 876 01:19:44,309 --> 01:19:47,142 room 446 877 01:19:47,229 --> 01:19:50,221 (announcement) Ladies and gentlemen, dear guests! 878 01:19:50,309 --> 01:19:56,305 Please proceed to our air-raid shelters beneath the foyer. 879 01:19:56,629 --> 01:20:00,941 We kindly ask you to be careful when entering the staircase. 880 01:20:01,029 --> 01:20:05,944 Maria! Excuse me, Mr Marian. You were great, by the way. 881 01:20:06,029 --> 01:20:09,419 Only a small thing, because of my wife. Since you now have 882 01:20:09,509 --> 01:20:13,422 direct access to Dr. Goebbels... What gives you that idea, Mr Moser? 883 01:20:13,509 --> 01:20:18,503 We are married for more than 20 years. I mean, that's not possible, such a thing. 884 01:20:18,589 --> 01:20:22,343 Why do you think that I... Well, you of all people! We are colleagues, 885 01:20:22,429 --> 01:20:25,739 even though you're Jewish. If Hitler makes an exception in your case, 886 01:20:25,829 --> 01:20:30,220 he can also do it in case of my wife... Moser, are you mad? 887 01:20:30,309 --> 01:20:33,221 I'm not a Jew! 888 01:20:33,309 --> 01:20:35,379 Jesus! 889 01:20:38,189 --> 01:20:41,625 What have I done here? 890 01:20:45,589 --> 01:20:51,585 And you really want to go to room 446? Of course. Wherelse? 891 01:21:08,829 --> 01:21:11,821 bomb and shell impacts 892 01:21:19,829 --> 01:21:23,139 Isn't that exciting? 893 01:21:31,269 --> 01:21:35,262 This scene, where he lets torture her husband. 894 01:21:35,349 --> 01:21:38,421 And pressures her to sleep with him. 895 01:21:38,509 --> 01:21:42,343 You know what I think? She doesn't want her husband anymore. 896 01:21:42,429 --> 01:21:45,421 She wants the Jew. 897 01:21:46,229 --> 01:21:50,825 This prayer. That way she tells him she's ready for sin. 898 01:21:51,629 --> 01:21:55,861 Father in heaven, father in heaven and so on. 899 01:21:55,949 --> 01:22:00,545 Come on! Speak your text! Just pray, pray to your God! 900 01:22:01,909 --> 01:22:06,505 But it's not only you Christians who have a God. We Jews have one too. 901 01:22:06,589 --> 01:22:09,899 That's the god of revenge. 902 01:22:11,069 --> 01:22:14,379 An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth! 903 01:22:14,709 --> 01:22:18,827 Do it with me, Jew! An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. 904 01:22:18,909 --> 01:22:22,219 Do it with me, Jew! 905 01:22:29,189 --> 01:22:32,818 Don't believe everything that is written, my dear Georg. 906 01:22:32,909 --> 01:22:36,902 We're still interested in diplomatic relations with America, 907 01:22:36,989 --> 01:22:40,584 that's certain, it would be... May I introduce: 908 01:22:40,669 --> 01:22:44,628 Georg Heckeneimer, Ferdinand Marian, the main actor of our film. 909 01:22:44,709 --> 01:22:47,701 You can hang us, but we will survive you. 910 01:22:47,789 --> 01:22:51,099 It can be tomorrow, it can be the day after tomorrow. 911 01:22:51,189 --> 01:22:53,908 But it will be. 912 01:22:53,989 --> 01:22:57,061 Does your wife desire a Jew that much too, Goebbels? 913 01:22:57,149 --> 01:23:00,824 You're completely drunk, Marian, get out of here. 914 01:23:00,909 --> 01:23:04,219 Get out of here immediately. 915 01:23:04,709 --> 01:23:09,305 I think he drank just a little bit too much. 916 01:23:10,069 --> 01:23:12,139 Evening. 917 01:23:13,829 --> 01:23:17,742 She literally smells after the sperm of this guy. 918 01:23:17,829 --> 01:23:23,108 But I'll show him his limits, once and for all! 919 01:23:32,629 --> 01:23:34,620 Bravo calls 920 01:24:07,029 --> 01:24:10,465 Mr Marian! Frowein. You remember? 921 01:24:11,189 --> 01:24:13,259 Ah, yes. 922 01:24:13,709 --> 01:24:16,428 My deep thanks for this film. 923 01:24:16,509 --> 01:24:21,742 If one of my men still has doubts now, I just have to show him the film. 924 01:24:21,829 --> 01:24:24,821 I'm commandeered now. First to a transit camp, 925 01:24:24,909 --> 01:24:29,346 then I'll command a concentration camp, still in course of construction. 926 01:24:29,429 --> 01:24:32,546 Friend Deutscher, Wilhelm Adolf Israel-Deutscher, 927 01:24:32,629 --> 01:24:36,986 you remember. My interpreter, the one you wanted to make a film star of. 928 01:24:37,069 --> 01:24:40,982 This one I take with me! Deutscher goes to a concentration camp? 929 01:24:41,069 --> 01:24:45,665 To each his own. Could you do me a favor? 930 01:24:46,629 --> 01:24:50,781 Can you see to it, that nothing happens to him? 931 01:24:51,229 --> 01:24:55,461 Ah, that's the way the wind blows. You wanted to take him to Prague. 932 01:24:55,549 --> 01:25:01,021 So that your domestic Jew can disappear? What are you talking about? How should he disappear? 933 01:25:01,109 --> 01:25:05,261 The unlucky man? Unlucky? 934 01:25:05,469 --> 01:25:08,461 Exactly. Heil Hitler. 935 01:25:24,909 --> 01:25:31,428 Always the tea drinking. I want cognac! Marian, please. You're not alone here. 936 01:25:31,509 --> 01:25:34,501 His name is Frowein. 937 01:25:34,589 --> 01:25:37,103 KZ commander he shall become. 938 01:25:37,189 --> 01:25:39,942 And his wife prefers to do it with Jews! 939 01:25:40,029 --> 01:25:44,500 Marian! Oh, excuse me, Mrs Reichswasserding... 940 01:25:45,909 --> 01:25:49,424 Enough now, Marian! But she has such nice titties. 941 01:25:49,509 --> 01:25:52,945 You can't be all there! 942 01:25:57,069 --> 01:26:00,141 Harlan! Mr Marian? Mr Marian. 943 01:26:00,229 --> 01:26:03,539 Your call to Berlin! 944 01:26:08,909 --> 01:26:10,979 Yes, Anna? 945 01:26:12,549 --> 01:26:14,619 Anna? 946 01:26:22,829 --> 01:26:26,139 That's just a bad joke, isn't it? 947 01:26:26,229 --> 01:26:29,539 Who is on the phone, please? 948 01:26:31,709 --> 01:26:35,019 Hello, are you still there? 949 01:26:49,589 --> 01:26:52,581 Where is Goebbels? 950 01:26:55,149 --> 01:27:00,348 This delightful film Heinz R�hmann made together with my children. 951 01:27:00,429 --> 01:27:03,626 That's the most beautiful present for my 43rd. 952 01:27:03,709 --> 01:27:07,622 Dear daddy, you see us marching like soldiers 953 01:27:07,709 --> 01:27:11,543 And you guessed it right, we're there and congratulate you. 954 01:27:11,629 --> 01:27:15,622 Chest out, fall into step, because it's your birthday today. 955 01:27:15,709 --> 01:27:20,260 Take care what happens here, we were marching with the time. 956 01:27:20,349 --> 01:27:24,820 Isn't this undescribably sweet? 957 01:27:30,069 --> 01:27:34,824 Where is my wife? Someone said she was taken away, on the phone. 958 01:27:34,909 --> 01:27:38,743 You see pink elephants while plastered? That's a private event. 959 01:27:38,829 --> 01:27:44,108 Out with you, Marian! But I must find my wife. 960 01:27:46,549 --> 01:27:49,859 I want to know where my wife is! Let me be! 961 01:27:49,949 --> 01:27:53,385 I want to know where my wife is! 962 01:27:56,509 --> 01:27:59,819 I'm terribly sorry. 963 01:28:00,909 --> 01:28:05,221 He spoke to one of my people. Some sort of shock treatment. 964 01:28:05,309 --> 01:28:09,382 We had to bring him to his senses! You saw how he behaved in Berlin 965 01:28:09,469 --> 01:28:11,539 after the premiere. And now again. 966 01:28:11,629 --> 01:28:14,621 (children sing) Daddy, is my best comerade! 967 01:28:16,629 --> 01:28:18,699 Anna! 968 01:28:20,189 --> 01:28:22,259 Marie! 969 01:28:31,309 --> 01:28:33,379 Anna. 970 01:28:34,029 --> 01:28:36,099 Maria! 971 01:28:41,749 --> 01:28:44,741 Anna. Mr Marian? 972 01:28:45,589 --> 01:28:47,898 Your wife was taken away. 973 01:28:47,989 --> 01:28:52,062 Where... Where is my daughter? With your neighbour. 974 01:28:52,149 --> 01:28:54,743 I must go to her! 975 01:28:54,829 --> 01:28:57,866 I must take you with me, unfortunately. Where? 976 01:28:57,949 --> 01:29:01,259 You'll see that soon. 977 01:29:19,629 --> 01:29:23,144 How could you desert from the occupied East? 978 01:29:23,229 --> 01:29:26,665 You know about the consequences! 979 01:29:27,829 --> 01:29:33,108 You civilians always think you deserve special treatment! 980 01:29:33,629 --> 01:29:36,939 You get into the train immediately and drive back. 981 01:29:37,029 --> 01:29:41,625 The limousine is cancelled, Knauf will accompany you. 982 01:29:42,509 --> 01:29:46,502 Your tour is far from over. Where is my wife? Where is she? 983 01:29:46,589 --> 01:29:50,025 She's under preventive arrest. Preventive arrest? Where? 984 01:29:50,109 --> 01:29:54,022 That's secret. Dr Goebbels has the message for you, 985 01:29:54,109 --> 01:29:57,499 you shall continue with your duty and be glad 986 01:29:57,589 --> 01:30:01,741 that your daugher is still at liberty. 987 01:30:03,909 --> 01:30:08,505 My dear Marian, what did you think? 988 01:30:08,589 --> 01:30:12,025 Forgery of documents, racial defilement. Hm? 989 01:30:35,509 --> 01:30:39,548 Children. Come in, quickly. - Why, mommy? They sing very beautifully. 990 01:30:39,629 --> 01:30:41,540 (soldiers sing) SA marches 991 01:30:41,629 --> 01:30:44,621 with quiet steady step. 992 01:30:45,229 --> 01:30:49,700 Comrades shot by the Red Front and reactionists... 993 01:30:50,549 --> 01:30:53,859 Here, drink something! It helps. 994 01:30:57,989 --> 01:31:01,186 Knauf, you're a good guy. Without you I wouldn't bear it. 995 01:31:01,269 --> 01:31:04,261 Yes, yes, it's alright. 996 01:31:06,069 --> 01:31:08,060 incomprehensible orders 997 01:31:11,229 --> 01:31:14,426 Come, come! Hey, you. Take off the coat! 998 01:31:14,509 --> 01:31:19,105 Take off the coat! Take it off! - Come! Come! Quicker! 999 01:31:24,629 --> 01:31:26,620 incomprehensible orders 1000 01:31:27,829 --> 01:31:31,265 Come, up with it, come! - Quicker! 1001 01:31:33,469 --> 01:31:37,747 Come, Marian, let's go. (Britta) Damned bastards! 1002 01:31:37,829 --> 01:31:41,139 Come on! Hurry up! 1003 01:31:48,269 --> 01:31:50,829 (soldiers) And...one. 1004 01:31:50,909 --> 01:31:53,901 And one. And one. 1005 01:31:55,749 --> 01:31:58,741 And one... 1006 01:32:10,629 --> 01:32:12,620 ? film music ? 1007 01:32:38,029 --> 01:32:40,020 ? sad film music ? 1008 01:33:04,189 --> 01:33:06,020 Jew! 1009 01:33:07,269 --> 01:33:09,100 Jew! 1010 01:33:17,509 --> 01:33:21,661 Excuse me. The Jew did it to her. 1011 01:33:21,949 --> 01:33:24,019 Let her be! 1012 01:33:36,229 --> 01:33:38,220 ? dramatic film music ? 1013 01:33:47,229 --> 01:33:50,062 Strike him dead! - Strike him dead, the defiler! 1014 01:33:50,149 --> 01:33:53,585 Away with the Jew! - Away with the Jew! 1015 01:33:59,229 --> 01:34:02,221 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1016 01:34:03,229 --> 01:34:06,221 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1017 01:34:07,229 --> 01:34:10,141 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1018 01:34:10,229 --> 01:34:13,141 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1019 01:34:13,229 --> 01:34:16,221 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1020 01:34:16,629 --> 01:34:19,621 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1021 01:34:19,709 --> 01:34:22,701 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1022 01:34:22,909 --> 01:34:25,901 Jew! Jew! Jew! 1023 01:34:27,949 --> 01:34:29,780 Hey! 1024 01:34:32,269 --> 01:34:35,545 Hey, where do you go? For a walk. 1025 01:34:35,629 --> 01:34:39,065 Here? They build a camp here! 1026 01:34:39,309 --> 01:34:42,745 (soldiers) And one. And one. And one . 1027 01:34:46,149 --> 01:34:49,459 And one. And one. And one . 1028 01:34:53,229 --> 01:34:56,539 And one. And one. And one . 1029 01:34:57,629 --> 01:35:00,939 And one. And one. And one . 1030 01:35:04,349 --> 01:35:07,659 And one. And one. And one. 1031 01:35:11,269 --> 01:35:14,579 And one. And one. And one. 1032 01:35:19,469 --> 01:35:22,745 Zog nit keyn mol, az du geyst dem letstn veg.(Never say you are walking your last road) 1033 01:35:22,829 --> 01:35:26,617 Khotsh himlen blayene farshteln bloye teg.(When leaden skies conceal blue days) 1034 01:35:26,709 --> 01:35:30,224 Kumen vet nokh undzer oysgebenkte sho, (Because the hour we have longed for will yet come) 1035 01:35:30,309 --> 01:35:33,824 s'vet a poyk ton undzer trot, mir zaynen do! (Our step will beat out like a drum: We are here!) 1036 01:35:33,909 --> 01:35:36,821 Shut your mouth, will you! (sings) Zog nit keyn mol, (Never say) 1037 01:35:36,909 --> 01:35:39,901 az du geyst dem letstn veg. (you are walking your last road) - Shut up! 1038 01:35:39,989 --> 01:35:43,743 Khotsh himlen blayene farshteln bloye teg. (When leaden skies conceal blue days) 1039 01:35:43,829 --> 01:35:48,300 Kumen vet nokh undzer oysgebenkte sho, (Because the hour we have longed for will yet come) 1040 01:35:48,389 --> 01:35:52,098 s'vet a poyk ton undzer trot, mir zaynen do! (Our step will beat out like a drum: We are here!) 1041 01:35:52,189 --> 01:35:55,625 Back! - Stop! What are you doing here? 1042 01:35:56,309 --> 01:35:59,745 Pass! You're arrested! 1043 01:36:00,229 --> 01:36:04,381 Sturmbandf�hrer Knauf! Reichfilmstelle! 1044 01:36:06,309 --> 01:36:12,066 This man is the famous actor Ferdinand Marian. From the film "Jud S��"! 1045 01:36:12,149 --> 01:36:16,222 Excuse the mistake, Mr Sturmbandf�hrer! 1046 01:36:16,309 --> 01:36:20,905 And one. And one. And one. - Go on, you scumbags! 1047 01:36:27,429 --> 01:36:32,025 (sing) SA marches with quiet steady step... 1048 01:36:37,469 --> 01:36:42,065 (sings) Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erz�hlt (The wind told me a song) 1049 01:36:42,149 --> 01:36:48,463 von einem Gl�ck, unsagbar sch�n. (Of fortune, unspeakably beautiful) 1050 01:36:48,549 --> 01:36:53,304 Er wei�, was meinem Herzen fehlt, (It knows what my heart needs) 1051 01:36:53,389 --> 01:36:57,064 f�r wen es schl�gt und gl�ht. (For whom it beats and glows) 1052 01:36:57,149 --> 01:36:59,788 Er wei�, f�r wen. (It knows for whom) 1053 01:37:00,869 --> 01:37:02,188 Come... 1054 01:37:06,149 --> 01:37:07,901 Come... 1055 01:37:11,149 --> 01:37:18,305 Ach! Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erz�hlt, (The wind told me a song) 1056 01:37:18,389 --> 01:37:25,625 von einem Herzen, das mir fehlt. (About a heart that I am missing) 1057 01:37:26,309 --> 01:37:32,908 The wind. 1058 01:37:35,229 --> 01:37:37,220 Bravo calls 1059 01:37:42,389 --> 01:37:45,825 I thank you. A thousand thanks. You have given me a great present. 1060 01:37:45,909 --> 01:37:52,428 One I couldn't have afforded with my whole fortune. 1061 01:37:53,909 --> 01:37:58,903 Ladies and gentlemen, who knows from which film this scene is taken? 1062 01:37:58,989 --> 01:38:02,140 (soldier) La Habanera! - A bottle of fizz for the gentleman. 1063 01:38:02,229 --> 01:38:05,221 La Habanera with Zarah Leander and, now pay attention, 1064 01:38:05,309 --> 01:38:08,301 it's really him: Ferdinand Marian! 1065 01:38:08,349 --> 01:38:09,782 Bravo calls 1066 01:38:16,309 --> 01:38:19,506 I already ordered you something to drink. You're a true friend. 1067 01:38:19,589 --> 01:38:22,899 Any new jokes? 1068 01:38:23,709 --> 01:38:26,701 Two years. 1069 01:38:35,509 --> 01:38:38,501 What's that? 1070 01:38:38,989 --> 01:38:43,141 Pollutes the air and will hang soon? 1071 01:38:43,549 --> 01:38:46,859 Jud S��! There he sits! 1072 01:38:49,069 --> 01:38:52,061 Marian! Shut up! 1073 01:39:04,509 --> 01:39:07,501 Where is Vlasta? 1074 01:39:08,629 --> 01:39:10,699 Up there. 1075 01:39:13,229 --> 01:39:15,220 incomprehensible talk 1076 01:39:16,829 --> 01:39:19,821 Come, Marian! 1077 01:39:19,949 --> 01:39:23,259 Now, that's enough! Hey! Hey! 1078 01:39:25,549 --> 01:39:28,746 (Vlasta) Don't make such a fuss! - Damned bastard! 1079 01:39:28,829 --> 01:39:34,142 To make out with such an asshole. He's not as wasted as you. 1080 01:39:45,069 --> 01:39:47,139 Ferdl! 1081 01:39:49,909 --> 01:39:51,979 Ferdl! 1082 01:39:59,349 --> 01:40:03,820 What are you doing on the laps of those? 1083 01:40:04,189 --> 01:40:07,499 Not as bad as you, Ferdl! 1084 01:40:07,589 --> 01:40:12,185 You've been sitting on Goebbels' lap! Shut up, you! 1085 01:40:16,989 --> 01:40:20,618 You even dressed up as a Jew for him. 1086 01:40:20,709 --> 01:40:24,145 Shut up! I told you, shut your mouth! 1087 01:40:24,229 --> 01:40:28,825 Shut up, you stupid cunt! I'll throw you out! 1088 01:40:41,229 --> 01:40:44,665 Have I gotten some meat, from the horse. 1089 01:40:48,029 --> 01:40:54,867 You have to eat, Ferdl! Have you not only a face, have you also a body. 1090 01:40:55,069 --> 01:40:59,062 Finally the Americans let me act again. I missed it. 1091 01:40:59,149 --> 01:41:03,142 Direct contact with the audience. You won't memorise any text 1092 01:41:03,229 --> 01:41:06,539 if you go on boozing like tha! 1093 01:41:07,269 --> 01:41:10,739 Did you call daughter? Maria doesn't want to see me anymore, 1094 01:41:10,829 --> 01:41:15,027 she despises me. Is silly little girl. 1095 01:41:15,109 --> 01:41:19,705 Come on, give it to me. No! I'll throw it down the toilet! 1096 01:41:21,989 --> 01:41:26,141 Do you hear that? Come. Come with me. Where? 1097 01:41:26,829 --> 01:41:31,300 The Americans have a summer party at the meadow. 1098 01:41:31,469 --> 01:41:36,748 There will be only small beer, anyway. Must I dress beautifully? 1099 01:41:47,109 --> 01:41:50,101 What do you think of it? 1100 01:41:50,309 --> 01:41:52,379 Chic? 1101 01:42:48,389 --> 01:42:51,825 Write, we don't want to have to do anything with this film anymore. 1102 01:42:51,909 --> 01:42:57,905 We were forced. You certainly have a copy! 1103 01:43:30,189 --> 01:43:33,499 Who are the people over there? 1104 01:43:33,909 --> 01:43:37,345 From the concentration camp. Freed by the Americans. 1105 01:43:38,029 --> 01:43:41,339 Have found free shelter in the Gasthaus Sperrer, 1106 01:43:41,429 --> 01:43:45,900 Line up the whole day on the street and even get a fat compensation. 1107 01:43:45,989 --> 01:43:49,299 And the German nation starves! 1108 01:44:09,229 --> 01:44:11,299 Willi! 1109 01:44:14,549 --> 01:44:19,828 Do you still know what you promised me back then? To this hand? 1110 01:44:20,589 --> 01:44:24,741 That it will be a purely artistic film. 1111 01:44:25,709 --> 01:44:29,019 Don't you remember it? 1112 01:44:29,829 --> 01:44:33,139 It was in the summer of '42. 1113 01:44:33,309 --> 01:44:36,301 A wonderful day. 1114 01:44:36,389 --> 01:44:40,985 Frowein showed his people your film "Jud S��". 1115 01:44:41,629 --> 01:44:45,224 Afterwards they set the dogs on us. 1116 01:44:45,309 --> 01:44:48,619 I was still lucky. 1117 01:44:50,029 --> 01:44:53,021 Anna not so much. 1118 01:44:54,909 --> 01:44:58,219 She was gassed. 1119 01:45:02,189 --> 01:45:04,180 There is a poem by Heine: 1120 01:45:05,829 --> 01:45:08,138 "Nicht gedacht soll seiner werden, (He shall not be remembered) 1121 01:45:08,909 --> 01:45:11,821 nicht im Liede, nicht im Buche. (Not in song, not in books) 1122 01:45:12,909 --> 01:45:17,221 Dunkler Hund im dunklen Grabe, (Dark dog in a dark tomb) 1123 01:45:18,309 --> 01:45:21,221 du verfaulst mit meinem Fluche." (You rot with my curse.) 1124 01:45:55,309 --> 01:45:58,187 Help him please! They will kill him! - Okay. 1125 01:45:58,269 --> 01:46:01,705 Stop it! Stop it! Leave him alone! 1126 01:46:10,269 --> 01:46:14,421 What are you doing here? You help a Nazi? 1127 01:46:15,149 --> 01:46:18,141 Your identity card! 1128 01:46:27,829 --> 01:46:33,028 Come! Let's go home! Let me be! I'm cursed. 1129 01:47:52,829 --> 01:47:54,820 ? dramatic music ? 1130 01:49:08,389 --> 01:49:14,385 (Zarah Leander sings) Allein bin ich in der Nacht. (Alone I am in then night) 1131 01:49:14,469 --> 01:49:20,066 Meine Seele wacht und lauscht. (My soul wakes and harkens) 1132 01:49:20,309 --> 01:49:23,619 Oh, Herz, (Oh, heart) 1133 01:49:23,709 --> 01:49:26,462 h�rst du, wie es klingt, (Do you hear how it rings) 1134 01:49:26,549 --> 01:49:31,907 in den Palmen singt und rauscht? (Sings in the palms and rushes?) 1135 01:49:31,989 --> 01:49:36,824 Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erz�hlt, (The wind told me a song,) 1136 01:49:36,909 --> 01:49:43,462 von einem Gl�ck, unsagbar sch�n. (Of fortune, unspeakably beautiful) 1137 01:49:43,549 --> 01:49:48,498 Er wei�, was meinem Herzen fehlt, (It knows what my heart needs) 1138 01:49:48,589 --> 01:49:51,979 f�r wen es schl�gt und gl�ht. (For whom it beats and glows) 1139 01:49:52,069 --> 01:49:55,061 Er wei�, f�r wen. (It knows for whom.) 1140 01:49:55,389 --> 01:49:58,461 And... 1141 01:50:00,109 --> 01:50:04,387 And... 1142 01:50:05,389 --> 01:50:11,305 Ah! Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erz�hlt, (The wind has told me a song) 1143 01:50:11,389 --> 01:50:18,386 von einem Herzen, das mir fehlt. (About a heart that I am missing) 1144 01:50:24,669 --> 01:50:30,938 Am Meer stand ich abends oft, (I was often at the seaside in the evenings) 1145 01:50:31,029 --> 01:50:33,907 und ich hab gehofft. (And I hoped.) 1146 01:50:34,469 --> 01:50:36,744 Auf was denn? (...for what?) 1147 01:50:36,829 --> 01:50:42,426 Ich sah bunten V�geln nach, (I looked at colourful birds) 1148 01:50:42,509 --> 01:50:47,981 ach, mein Gl�ck zerbrach wie Glas. (Ah, my fortune broke like glass) 1149 01:50:48,069 --> 01:50:52,859 Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erz�hlt, (The wind has told me a song) 1150 01:50:52,949 --> 01:50:59,218 von einem Gl�ck, unsagbar sch�n. (Of fortune, unspeakably beautiful) 1151 01:50:59,309 --> 01:51:04,144 Er wei�, was meinem Herzen fehlt, (It knows what my heart needs) 1152 01:51:04,229 --> 01:51:07,619 f�r wen es schl�gt und gl�ht. (For whom it beats and glows) 1153 01:51:07,709 --> 01:51:10,303 Er wei�, f�r wen. (It knows for whom) 1154 01:51:11,469 --> 01:51:13,061 Come... 1155 01:51:17,029 --> 01:51:18,428 Come... 1156 01:51:22,229 --> 01:51:29,305 Ach! Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erz�hlt, (The wind has told me a song) 1157 01:51:29,389 --> 01:51:36,625 von einem Herzen, das mir fehlt. (About a heart that I am missing) 1158 01:51:37,109 --> 01:51:42,502 The wind. 96948

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