Berlin 1933—Diary of a Metropolis

(History, English: 3×52 min., German: 2×90 min./1×180 min.) In early 1933, Berlin is a vibrant hub of modernity. Twelve months later, it is in the thrall of one party and one Führer. This is the story of the collectively organized disaster of Berlin turning into Germany’s staunch capital city in step with the Third Reich.

Distributor: Autentic Distribution

Pitch Perfect: “We observe history taking its course—firsthand from the perspective of those living it. Journals, personal letters and film material from 1933 form a dense collage, taking the audience back in time and allowing them to witness the unfolding calamity at the moment of its inception.” —Mirjam Strasser, Head, Sales & Acquisitions

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