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Il professor Roth è un docente universitario, di origini ebree, che ha sposato in seconde nozze una nobile tedesca poco dopo l'avvento di Hitler come cancelliere. Con l'inizio della repressione degli ebrei, si assiste alla distruzione della famiglia e alla morte, prima del professore in un campo di concentramento, poi della figlia che non riesce a raggiungere l'Austria, tradita dall'ex fidanzato ora nazista.
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This story is about students attending University that are suddenly swept up by the movement when Hitler comes to power.
Most of them will fall in step with the propaganda and the story revolves around Jimmy Stewart's refusal to join the Nazi party.
His love is Margaret Sullivan (Freya) who is engaged to marry Robert Young's character. She turns on him when he announces he is loyal to the party. He is not the same man she fell in love with, and Freya turns to Jimmy Stewart who was really her first love and he and his mother are very close to her. It's really a sad story about Jews being persecuted against and Freya's father (Frank Morgan) is the University Professor that will be taken away because of his religious beliefs. Robert Stack has a small part in the film and there are several scenes with DAN DAILEY as a Nazi street punk! I enjoyed the scenes in the mountains with the animals and the simple life they had before the evil events took over their lives. I watch this film over and over again.
Margaret Sullavan took Jimmy Stewart under her wing and made him a better actor. Such overall great performances by everyone in this film.
This is Hollywood at its best as they took on the subject of fascism and handled with class and nobility. The movie is so timely considering what is happening in our world and country at present.
Robert Stack, Ward Bond, Robert Young, and Dan Dailey all made such rabid and fanatical nazis. Frank Morgan who played the Fatherly professor did an amazing job as did Maria Ouspenskaya who played Stewart's loving Mother.
For me though, it is all about Margaret Sullavan and her brilliant performance. She turns me on, I'm a radio so I cannot be impartial in my review and I don't want to be. The movie 'The Shop Around The Corner' is another fine film with Sullavan and Stewart and I highly recommend that one also.
I give the 'Mortal Storm' my highest recommendation.
who is Jewish.There are also two young men who are close friends of the family and who are sweet on the daughter
The two brothers are supporters of Hitler, as is one of the young friends, and this is a source of wrenching pain.
Nevertheless,this is not a story of stereotype characters.The two Nazi brothers are close to their step-father and are concerned about the welfare of their sister and her full brother.The strains are about politics rather than race but race is never far below the surface.
.The story is about the brutal playing out of these strains.
The important thing about the book and the film is that they were written and made before the War.We are now familiar with the evil nature of the Nazi regime but it was not as clear in 1939.These works were completed before the holocaust,and before great atrocities in Poland and Russia.Phyllis Bottome and the producers showed what the Nazis were like before 1939 and they helped to prepare the world for the coming struggle.
In the late 1930s the Penguin Book Company brought out a series of Penguin Specials to inform the British public of the dangers of the Nazi
regime.They brought out books such as "The New German Empire";' Poland';,"Germany_What Next;" and "What Hitler Wants".
The novel they chose was "The Mortal Storm".
Anthony J Vallentine Cremorne NSW Australia