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Leni Riefenstahl was hired to make a film about the 1934 Nazi party congress in Nuremberg which became Triumph of the Will. (She had made a short film about the 1933 rally, a film which she claimed later to have been very unhappy with, the previous year.) She claims that she did not wanted and told Hitlerís deputies that she had to see Hitler. As she writes in her Leni Riefenstahl: A Memoir (1987), pp. 156ff: One hour later I was in my car, speeding to Nuremberg, with only one thought in mind: to free myself from this project. That »

The Nazi Who Won't Die Leni Riefenstahl at 100 by James C. Faris "I want to see, that's all. This is my life. I want to see." Leni Riefenstahl, on the occasion of her ninetieth birthday (Vanity Fair, September 1992) Leni Riefenstahl, amazingly, turned 100 in August. She won't die. She has survived skiing accidents, mountain falls, internment, automobile and helicopter crashes, and according to her, uncountable extremes of heat, cold, bugs, discomfort, narrow bureaucrats, false accusations, contempt, bad luck, and suffering, all of which she endured in the cause of great art. Not only is this old romantic notion »

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