Our second episode about This Land is Mine, the World War II Hollywood propaganda movie that features nice Nazis, compassionate collaborators and a surprisingly compelling pro argument for fascism.
Perhaps unsurprisingly the reaction of French critics to this movie was almost unanimously scathing, they felt the portrayal of life under occupation was uninformed, inaccurate and insulting.
But is This Land is Mine inaccurate? Or were French critics actually upset because the film's relatively sympathetic portrayal of Nazis and collaborators was actually more truthful than they were ready to accept?
This episode was recorded live at Caz Reitop’s Dirty Secrets in Melbourne.
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