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Hitler preferred films such as Der ewige Jude which presented the Nazi antisemitic agenda openly and directly; however Goebbels disliked the crudeness of such straight-forward approaches, preferring the much more subtle approach of couching antisemitic messages in an engaging story with popular appeal.
Saul Friedländer suggests that Goebbels' intent was to counter three films whose messages attacked the persecution of Jews throughout history by producing antisemitic versions of those films with identical titles.
Thus, the message of the film was diametrically opposed to the intent of Feuchtwanger's novel. Even without having seen the film, Lion Feuchtwanger had no doubt that Veit Harlan and his collaborators had expropriated his novel and adapted it to the purposes of Nazi propaganda.
He identifies the focal point of the distortion when he refers to the desperate young woman and the sexual abuse she endures. Susan Tegel ascribes the genesis of the project more to opportunism than to ideological antisemitism.
The publication of Feuchtwanger's book and Mendes' film adaptation of it irritated Metzger because of his inability to move forward such a project.
In January or February , Metzger, now a screenwriter for Terra Filmkunst , mentioned his idea to Wolfgang Ebbecke with whom he was working on the script for Central Rio.
Ebbecke shot down the idea, raising a number of objections including the existence of Mendes' British film on the same topic and the concern that German audiences might confuse the proposed film with Feuchtwanger's novel which was not antisemitic.
Undaunted by Ebbecke's objections, Metzger took his idea to Teich, the story editor at Terra but was once again turned down. Finally, Metzger approached Goebbels directly where his proposal was received like a "bomb hitting its target.
When the studio head refused to approve the project, Goebbels ensured he was fired and replaced by Peter Paul Brauer , a minor director with no experience in producing films.
As head of the studio, Brauer assigned himself the task of directing the film. However, the project stalled out for a number of reasons including challenges in recruiting a suitable cast and difficulties in producing a script acceptable to Goebbels.
At Goebbels' direction, Metzger was given a contract by Terra to write a script for the proposed film. He decided to base his script on the Hauff novella rather than the more recent and better known Feuchtwanger novel.
To remedy the script's deficiencies, Goebbels assigned playwright Eberhard Wolfgang Möller to assist Metzger, even though Möller had no experience as a screenwriter.
Möller's role was to ensure that the script met Goebbel's ideological objectives. Möller decided to abandon Hauff's novella as the basis of the script, dismissing Hauff as too sentimental about the "emancipation of Jews and Poles.
In the meantime, Brauer was working on recruiting a cast but had little success. Gründgens declined, citing his responsibilities as director of the Prussian State Theatre.
Marian also declined. When Nazi Germany occupied Poland in September , it now had the country's Jewish population of 3 million under its direct authority.
In view of the German populace's tepid response to the orchestrated violence of Kristallnacht, the Nazis perceived an urgent need for films that would move German popular sentiment in favor of the Nazi Final Solution to the ' Jewish question '.
After the war, Harlan claimed that no other director would touch the project and that he himself had tried to decline the role of director.
Harlan had written to Goebbels volunteering for military service to this end. According to Harlan, Goebbels screamed at him, "I can crush you like a bug on the wall!
Instead of intervening on his behalf, Riefenstahl wrote that she advised Harlan to move to Switzerland; however, Harlan expressed fear for his life and the impact it would have on his wife.
He argued that such a piece of poor writing would lead not to the portrayal of a "despicable Jew" but rather to just a "despicable film.
However, Goebbels acceded to Harlan's insistence on rewriting the script and Harlan spent from November to March revising the script although he kept much of what Metzger and Möller had written.
He even claimed that the Mendes' script was more antisemitic than his. Feeling that a project of this significance required top-caliber actors and frustrated at the delay in casting the film, Goebbels personally participated in the recruitment of the lead actors.
For example, he insisted that Ferdinand Marian and Werner Krauss take on key roles in the film. However, Goebbels had to employ a combination of accommodation, generous compensation, pressure, intimidation and even threats of reprisal in order to fill the lead roles in the film with the top German cinema stars of the day.
Harlan claimed that "virtually every actor was performing under duress. Daniel Azuelos ascribes the cast's reluctance to an unwillingness to be typecast as Jews.
Harlan himself had flirted with socialism. Although Werner Krauss was openly antisemitic and an ardent Nazi, his daughter-in-law was Jewish.
Ferdinand Marian had a half-Jewish daughter from his first marriage and the former husband of his second wife was a Jew.
Heinrich George was active in the Communist party before the Nazi takeover. After the Nazi takeover, George was identified as a "non-desirable" actor because of his earlier political affiliations and was barred from working in cinematic productions; however, he was able to reach an accommodation with the Nazi regime and was eventually appointed director of the Schiller Theater , Berlin in George had a stocky build and a Berlin accent which made him readily recognizable to German audiences.
His prestige as a leading actor of the day made him an "extraordinarily valuable catch for the Nazis. According to Harlan, it was Goebbels who insisted that Harlan's wife, Kristina Söderbaum, play the leading female role.
In fact, she had already played the role of the innocent Aryan in a number of feature films and was well-known to German audiences. Harlan argued to Goebbels that Söderbaum, having just given birth, was too weak to take on the role.
Goebbels countered that a special room could be set up as a nursery and that a wet-nurse could be hired to care for the infant. He further offered to halt shooting if Söderbaum became ill.
Harlan later reported that Söderbaum was so upset by the entire affair that she considered fleeing back to her native Sweden to avoid having to play the part of Dorothea.
In the end, however, she decided to stay and performed the role. The story was different in the case of Ferdinand Marian who is often characterized as having established a reputation as a "matinee idol".
As a result, he was not confirmed in the role until about a week before shooting was scheduled to begin. According to Kristina Söderbaum, Marian was afraid that playing such an unappealing character would damage his image with film audiences.
Goebbels rebutted Marian's argument by pointing out that he had just seen Marian's portrayal of Iago , asking "Was he a nice bon-vivant? Marian had a daughter from his first marriage to the Jewish pianist, Irene Saager.
The former husband of his second wife was also Jewish, making her son and Marian's stepson half-Jewish. Goebbels, however, used not only intimidation but also cajoling and generosity to achieve his goals.
When asked to approve this amount, Goebbels did so citing the importance of the film and the need for a high-caliber cast to ensure its success.
Knilli ascribes Marian's alcoholism and alleged suicide after the war to his feelings of guilt. Of all the cast members, Werner Krauss was the one most clearly identified as an antisemite.
While it is generally recognized that, with the exception of Marian's title role, the other five speaking parts that depicted Jews were all played by Krauss,  Gottfried Reinhardt asserts that Krauss played "no less than thirteen Jews" in the movie.
In an interview, Harlan explained that the decision to have Krauss play all the roles was "meant to show how all these different temperaments and characters—the pious patriarch, the wily swindler, the penny-pinching merchant, and so on—were all ultimately derived from the same Jewish root".
Shooting began in March and, with the exception of some scenes which were shot on location in Prague , most of the filming took place at the UFA studios in Berlin Babelsberg.
The total cost of production was approximately two million Reichsmarks, a rather high figure for German feature films of that era.
According to Harlan's postwar testimony, Goebbels was infuriated when he saw Harlan's first version of the film because it was not antisemitic enough for his purposes.
Harlan reported that Goebbels accused him of being "incapable of thinking in political terms". Goebbels told him that he "should produce political films and not [the kind of] films that he would make in peacetime.
In some scenes, new lines were scripted for Marian to read in order to make his character less sympathetic. While Harlan's account of Goebbels' involvement in the film has been treated by a number of sources as factual, Haggith and Newman assert that "it is difficult to find any evidence of significant interference by Goebbels aside from casting and the appointment of Harlan.
The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival on 8 September and received rave reviews, earning the top award. Heinrich Himmler ordered that the film be shown to SS units about to be sent against Jews, to non-Jewish populations of areas where Jews were about to be deported, and to concentration camp guards.
There were reports of anti-Jewish violence after audiences viewed the film; in particular, teenagers seemed particularly prone to be instigated to violence by the film.
In early , the company Nordisk Tonefilm sought permission to distribute the film in Sweden but it was banned by the Censor. Feuchtwanger was horrified and incensed at the way in which his work had been manipulated and distorted, calling Harlan's film a Schandwerk "a shameful work".
In , he wrote an open letter to seven actors. Based on the sentiments expressed in the letter, it appears that Feuchtwanger was shocked that these men, whom he considered colleagues and who he knew were familiar with his work, would agree to participate in Goebbels' antisemitic propaganda film.
In , exhibition of the film in Germany was banned by decree of the Allied Military Occupation. Harlan, who had later directed the propaganda movie Kolberg , was the only film director of the Third Reich to be charged with crimes against humanity.
Harlan defended himself asserting that he had been neither Nazi nor antisemitic. He claimed that Goebbels had controlled his work and that he should not be held personally responsible for its content.
In the end, the court condemned the film but exonerated the director. While Harlan had not acted nobly, the court recognized that he had operated under duress and should not be held responsible for the content of the film.
After the war, all the cast members also disclaimed responsibility, pleading that they had been coerced into participating in the film.
Both Heinrich George and Werner Krauss were placed under arrest because of their past affiliation with the Nazi party. Werner Krauss was banned from performing on stage and in films in Germany.
He was required to undergo a de-Nazification process from to Ultimately, he was rehabilitated to the extent of being invited to German film festivals.
In the first few years after the war, Kristina Söderbaum was often heckled off the stage and even suffered the indignity of having rotten vegetables thrown at her.
Although Söderbaum continued to play roles in film, she was never offered a leading role after the war. Eventually, she became a photographer of celebrities.
A few years later, however, copies of the film began to turn up to the embarrassment of the West German government. After a lengthy investigation, it was determined that another negative existed in East Germany and it was used it to make prints that were dubbed in Arabic and distributed in Middle Eastern countries such as Egypt and Lebanon.
Though that negative has never been located, it has been widely suspected that this version was produced and distributed by the Stasi or the KGB in order to arouse anti-semitism among Egyptians and Palestinians against the US-backed Israel and henceforth, support for the Soviet-backed Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Following the restoration of copyright under the Uruguay Round Agreements Act , the film is currently held by the F. Murnau Foundation.
The Foundation only permits screenings of the film when accompanied by an introduction explaining the historical context and the intended impact.
The film is available for sale on VHS from Facets. The film has been available for sale on VHS in the United States at least since the copyright date on a commercially marketed video cassette.
In , a digitally restored subtitled DVD became generally available online with commentary by film historian Eric Rentschler.
Although the film claimed to be "historically accurate", the plot presents only a few historically accurate details and significantly departs from the historical record on a number of key points.
Some of these departures were based on the Feuchtwanger novel and the Mendes' film adaptation of it; others were introduced by Goebbels and Harlan.
According to Wallace, it is generally recognized that the narratives of both films are only loosely related by being rooted in the same "chapter of Wurttemberg history".
Haggith and Newman assert that much of the rest of Harlan's film is "pure invention. Although Lion Feuchtwanger believed that Harlan's film relied heavily on his novel,  Bergfelder and Cargnelli characterize the film as "based primarily on Wilhelm Hauff's novella" and assert that it only uses a few characters from Feuchtwanger's novel.
Because Goebbels envisioned a film that would be a response to Mendes' film adaptation of Feuchtwanger's novel, Harlan's plot shares a similar structure to the plot of the Mendes film with a few crucial changes which Feuchtwanger characterized as shameful distortions.
Feuchtwanger himself referred to Harlan's film as a "Schandwerk" "a shameful work" and wrote an open letter to seven Berlin actors, two of them having played lead roles in the film.
He asserted that Harlan's film had distorted his novel so much that it was a perversion of it. He further called into question their motives for making the film in light of their familiarity with him and his novel.
Haines and Parker characterize Feuchtwanger's works and the Mendes film adaptation as "diametrically opposed to Nazi anti-Semitism.
In his novel, Feuchtwanger portrayed greed, pride and ambition as human weaknesses found in both Jews and Gentiles and which could be overcome by the denial of desire.
In contrast to Feuchtwanger's philosophical meditation on the tension between Eastern and Western philosophy, Harlan's film casts these as uniquely Jewish traits and presents Jews as a "dangerous and recklessly underestimated threat.
The film employs a number of negative stereotypes of Jews as being materialistic, immoral, cunning, untrustworthy and physically unattractive.
At one extreme, Jews are portrayed as cut-throat capitalists; at the other, they are depicted as poor, filthy immigrants.
In another, he tells an innocent German girl that his home is "the world" reflecting the Nazi stereotype of Jews as rootless wanderers in contrast to the Germans' love of their German homeland.
Several conversations between Jewish characters perpetuate the Nazi line that Jews are inherently hostile to non-Jews. According to David Welch , the Nazis issued a guide to the press explaining how to interpret the film.
In both Feuchtwanger's novel and Harlan's film, the dramatic climax is rape. Christiane Schönfeld writes that, "[t]he Jew as sexual beast and vampire, sucking the life spirit from individual and community alike is an all too common motif in anti-Semitic propaganda and is put to effective use in Harlan's film.
He then cites this as being "an interesting parallel to the Nuremberg Laws. From the Nazi perspective, this was Rassenschande , a racial pollution, a crime against the German blood.
In an interview with Der Film , a German film magazine, Harlan explained:. It is meant to show how all these different temperaments and characters — the pious Patriarch, the wily swindler, the penny-pinching merchant and so on — are ultimately derived from the same roots.
Around the middle of the film we show the Purim festival, a victory festival which the Jews celebrate as a festival of revenge on the Goyim, the Christians.
Here I am depicting authentic Jewry as it was then and as it now continues unchecked in Poland. In contrast to this original Jewry, we are presented with Süss, the elegant financial adviser to the Court, the clever politician, in short, the Jew in disguise.
Stephen Lee writes that Hitler's vision of the kind of film that was likely to engage the German public proved to be less effective than the more subtle approach advocated by Goebbels.
For example, the "documentary film" Der Ewige Jude The Eternal Jew that Hitler commissioned was so crude and strident that many audiences were repelled by the grotesque imagery and the film was a box-office flop.
The failure of Der Ewige Jude convinced Goebbels that the most effective approach for disseminating propaganda was subtle and indirect.
Richard Levy attributes the effectiveness of the film in part to an "arguably engaging story" and the casting of some of the leading German stars of that period including Ferdinand Marian, Heinrich George, Kristina Söderbaum, and Werner Krauss.
He characterizes the film's antisemitic message as being "integrated into the film's story and strategy rather than overwhelming it or seeming to stand apart from it.
David Culbert notes that "[t]hose who have condemned Jew Süss as a lifeless production are presuming—understandably—a morally abhorrent film cannot possibly have redeeming artistic merit.
He argues that those who dismiss Harlan as a "loud-mouthed opportunist who could direct crowd scenes" have failed to understand the structure of the script whose brilliance is due to Harlan rather than to his predecessors, Metzger and Möller.
Culbert attributes much of the film's success to Marian's performance. He describes Marian as making use of "techniques and gestures perfected in his stage portrayal of Iago in Shakespeare's Othello ".
According to Culbert, "the construction of [Harlan's] plot owes much to Shakespeare. From the early twenty-first century the film became the subject of a number of documentary films.
Jud Suss—A Film as a Crime? The documentary Harlan — In the Shadow of Jew Süss by Felix Moeller explores Harlan's motivations and the post-war reaction of his large family to his notoriety.
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