Marcel Ophüls

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    Hôtel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie (1988)

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    Hôtel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie (1988)

    Winner of a Best Documentary Academy Award, Marcel Ophuls’ riveting film details the heinous legacy of the Gestapo head dubbed “The Butcher of Lyon.” Responsible for over 4,000 deaths in occupied France during World War II, Barbie would escape–with U.S. help–to South America in 1951, where he lived until a global manhunt led to his 1983 arrest and subsequent trial.

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    The Memory of Justice (1976)

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    The Memory of Justice (1976)

    This exceptional, disturbing and thought-provoking documentary compares the atrocities committed by the Nazis as revealed during the Nuremberg trials to those committed by the French in Algeria and those done by the Americans in Vietnam. The four hour epic questions the right of any country to pass self-righteous moral judgements upon the actions of another country.

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    Banana Peel (1963)

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    Banana Peel (1963)

    The French comedy-drama of Marcel Ophuls, which came to the Paris yesterday.

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    The Sorrow and the Pity DVD 1969 (Original)

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    The Sorrow and the Pity DVD 1969 (Original)

    From 1940 to 1944, France’s Vichy government collaborated with Nazi Germany. Marcel Ophüls mixes archival footage with 1969 interviews of a German officer and of collaborators and resistance fighters from Clermont-Ferrand. They comment on the nature, details and reasons for the collaboration, from anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and fear of Bolsheviks, to simple caution. Part one, “The Collapse,” includes an extended interview with Pierre Mendès-France, jailed for anti-Vichy action and later France’s Prime Minister. At the heart of part two, “The Choice,” is an interview with Christian de la Mazière, one of 7,000 French youth to fight on the eastern front wearing German uniforms.
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    $42.99
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    The Sorrow And The Pity (Original)

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    The Sorrow And The Pity (Original)

    From 1940 to 1944, France’s Vichy government collaborated with Nazi Germany. Marcel Ophüls mixes archival footage with 1969 interviews of a German officer and of collaborators and resistance fighters from Clermont-Ferrand. They comment on the nature, details and reasons for the collaboration, from anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and fear of Bolsheviks, to simple caution. Part one, “The Collapse,” includes an extended interview with Pierre Mendès-France, jailed for anti-Vichy action and later France’s Prime Minister. At the heart of part two, “The Choice,” is an interview with Christian de la Mazière, one of 7,000 French youth to fight on the eastern front wearing German uniforms.
    This is 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $42.99
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    Ain't Misbehavin (2013)

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    Ain’t Misbehavin (2013)

    18 years after his last film, (The Troubles We’ve Seen), Marcel Ophuls emerges from retirement as one of our last masters, the most corrosive, the funniest as well. And the most forceful. The director of The Sorrow and the Pity shares with us stories of his exceptionally rich life in this light-hearted yet bitter escapade though the century and the movies. Son of the great Max Ophuls, he is generous in his admiration. We also meet Jeanne Moreau, Bertolt Brecht, Ernst Lubitsch, Otto Preminger, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick and of course François Truffaut. There are no great filmmakers without a memory, so here is the memory shop of Marcel Ophuls.

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