Film Analysis: The Triumph Of The Will

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War is the biggest cause of destruction for nations. World War I in 1914 to 1918 and World War two from 1939 to 1945 shook the stability of countries and involved military alliances between different groups of countries. Germany was one of the countries affected by those wars. In 1934, 20 years after World War 1, The Triumph of The Will a documentary film was released. It was produced and created by Leni Riefenstahl, who was commissioned to do it by the Nazi Party. This tells people that the film will be biased and only give one point of view. The aim of the documentary is to display Adolf Hitler as the savior of Germany and show the way Germans loved him and encouraged more people to support him. Riefenstahl successfully achieved her aim by…show more content…
First and foremost, the documentary tries to affect people's thinking into believing that Hitler and the Nazi Party were perfect for Germany. Riefenstahl does that by showing briefly various speeches given by the party and Hitler. The choice of words used by Hitler and other members of the party makes it easier for manipulating people into believing that they are the best and right choice for Germany. They knew exactly what the people wanted to hear and that is even after the great loss we are stronger and are willing to advance. After a rough time, people want to know they are safe. This is exactly what Hitler and his party were doing. One of the speakers, Rudolf Hess, glorifies Hitler by stating that "You are Germany. When you act. the nation acts; when you judge, the people judge." This was an

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