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quinta-feira, 17 de fevereiro de 2011

Nazi people and 3D

On 1930 Hitler and the Germany already know about 3D, amazing huh?




An Australian filmmaker has been stunned by the technological advances made by Nazi propagandists after uncovering treasure trove of 3D movies, Variety reported Tuesday.

Films shot using 3D technology in pre-war Nazi Germany were discovered in Berlin's Federal Archives.

The two black-and-white 30-minute propaganda films were shot in 1936 -- decades before 3D hit Hollywood in the 1950s.

Australian director Philippe Mora found the films when researching a documentary about how the Nazis used propaganda.

"They were made by an independent studio for Goebbels' propaganda ministry and referred to as 'raum film' -- or space film -- which may be why no one ever realized since that they were 3D," Mora told Variety.

"The quality of the films is fantastic. The Nazis were obsessed with recording everything and every single image was controlled -- it was all part of how they gained control of the country and its people."

One film is a musical called "So Real You Can Touch It" is set in a carnival and features 3D close-ups of sausages on a barbecue.

The other film called "Six Girls Roll Into Weekends" shows young German starlets.

Mora's previous documentary, Swastika, was released in 1973 and showed previously unseen color footage of Adolf Hitler and girlfriend Eva Braun at his retreat.

Source : http://www.myfoxboston.com/dpp/news/offbeat/australian-filmmaker-uncovers-3d-movies-made-by-nazis-25-ncx-20110216

19 comentários:

  1. german technology of the 30s and 40s never surprises me. They were 50 years ahead of everyone else.

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  2. I thought I'd never see one of those, lol.

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  3. They really were ahead of their time.

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  4. Wow, that is as interesting as scary.

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  5. Damn, time to break out the 3D glasses.

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  6. :/ the only reason they lost wwii was they got too greedy

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  7. Ha ha this is new to me. I wanna see Hitler in 3d!

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  8. They had so much stuff (including...the best cars of their time). The Nazis were so interesting ;D

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  9. quite interesting, I always wanted to see Hitler in 3D, it was on my bucket list lol.
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  10. no way. that's ridiculous. how can that stuff even be watchable after so many years?

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  11. amazing, and now it seems like 3d is a new thing

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  12. That's amazing how they had that technology even back then. Makes me wonder what kind of technology is already out there that isn't publicized yet.. great blog. New follower!

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  13. Damn that's cool, it's true that they were despicable but one has to give them props for technology

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  14. Part of the reason they advanced technology so quickly is because they removed the ethical restraint factor. Though we typically condemn the nazi's for the atrocious things they did, we also have based a great deal of our modern technology and understanding of human behavior on their advances.

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