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Special Edition DVD features: Over 5 hours of material including JUGEND DER WELT ("Youth of The World") Official Documentary of the 1936 Winter Olympics at Gaemisch-Partenkirchen, DIE KAMERA FAHRT MIT ("The Camera Goes Too") 1936 Documentary by Bavaria-Filmkunst featuring footage from Leni Rifenstahls films OLYMPIA and TRIUMPH OF THE WILL. Deleted Scenes, Biography, Still Gallery, German with ON/OFF English subtitles and English language, Dolby 2.0 audio, Essays by film historian David Calvert Smith, Trailer.
This is first class. I'm rapidly becoming a fan of Leni Riefenstahl; the woman was a geniusPublished 3 months ago by Steven Foulds
The whole family enjoyed the excellent photography for that time. She was amazing, way ahead of her time!
Very informative and exciting to watch.
Saw it many years ago on PBS and wanted to see it again. Netflix did not have it.Published 4 months ago by Charles Schlau
Pleasantly surprised to find film of the 1936 winter olympics on the DVD.Published 5 months ago by R. R. Blair
A great work on the goings on of this Olympic event fillmed in Germany who was the host country for the 1935 olympics. Read morePublished 9 months ago by BOUNTYHUNTER
Not quite as memorable as TRIUMPH for cinematographic bravura, but Leni does love the human body. Some of this is chilling. Read morePublished 9 months ago by M. Burke Walker
I have the Criterion Laser Disc set. According to Criterion, Riefenstahl herself supervised the film/disk transfer along with some curious cropping decisions. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Stephen Hashioka
Leni Riefenstahl's "Triumph of the Will" is perhaps the most important film to come from Nazi Germany; "Olympia" is just as powerful, but in a unique way. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Busy Guy in Peachtree City