Leni Riefenstahl CBC TV Interview (1965)

Just in time for the Olympics….the Third Reich’s most famous filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl describes a Nazi plot to kill her during an interview with Canadian broadcaster CBC (02:41).

Reifenstahl is best remembered for her film about the 1936 Berlin games, “Olympia” (1938), and her Nazi rally flick, “Triumph of the Will” (1934)–btw, the WHOLE film with English subtitles is now on YouTube.

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