Fritz Lang on Anti-Nazi Filmmaking
Archival Treasures • 1m 52s
In this late-1950s interview from the Gideon Bachmann audio archive, director Fritz Lang discusses how fleeing Nazi Germany impacted his filmmaking process.
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