Posted by MTV News on Sunday, October 12, 2018 10:57:24 The new film, entitled “Hitler’s Propaganda Minister” has been released to mark the anniversary of Hitler’s death.
In the film, the young star of the film who plays the iconic propaganda minister Adolf Hitler plays the role of a “hero of the masses”.
The film, written and directed by Michael Schumacher, is set to be released on September 15.
The star of “Hitlers Propaganda Ministry” is Oscar-nominated director Michael Schumsberg, who has previously produced such films as “Django Unchained”, “The Secret Lives of the Beatles”, “Titanic” and “The Big Short”.
The production has received a warm reception on social media.
The new film marks the 40th anniversary of the Nazi regime.
The title of the movie is an homage to Hitler’s last words: “I am the Reich’s minister of propaganda”.
Schumacher said: “Hitls Propaganda minister has been an idea in my head for a while, and this is a great honor to be able to make it a reality.”
He said the film was inspired by a book called “Hitlungs Propaganda, The Nazi Propaganda Plan”, which was written by the former editor of Der Spiegel magazine, Ulrich Kohn, and published in 1993.
He said he wanted to make a film about a man who had been the architect of the propaganda campaign that helped to drive the German people to war.
Schumachers original concept was to make the film about the charismatic, young, charismatic Hitler who was able to attract the masses to his cause.
Schumsberg said that the film would be about the history of the German masses who were able to unite and form the German army.
“I wanted to show the story of the resistance to Hitler in the trenches and the liberation of the country in the aftermath of the war,” he said.
Schumer also said he was interested in the “war of the century” in the form of the Holocaust and the struggle for freedom.
“My intention is to tell a story about people’s lives and experiences and how the Nazis and the Allies pushed for and ultimately won the war.
I want people to be inspired by the films and to have an idea of how the Holocaust happened, how people were liberated, and how they are still fighting today.”‘
Hitler, a dictator’The film stars the young Schumsberger who plays Hitler, a charismatic young man who is able to connect with people through his charismatic personality.
Schummacher said he had originally intended to make “Hitling”, but then he realised that his friend and mentor Ulrich was also a big supporter of the “heroic leader”.
“The idea of a film with Ulrich on board was to be the first step to creating this project.
The two of us had a real partnership,” he told MTV News.”
He’s a real icon of this country.
He is the ‘Father of German Film’.
He’s a huge admirer of the man and his ideas.
We have the same interests.
It was a dream come true.”
Schumberger said he knew he was creating a film that would be different from other documentaries.
“We have a lot of freedom, we don’t have to conform to the usual standards.
It’s the freedom to do our own thing,” he explained.”
It’s not like documentaries where there’s always a script to follow.
We’re all free to do what we want.”‘
Fantastic’Hitlers movie’A video of the production is available to watch here:Hitlers, a tyrant”Hitler was a man of genius, but he also had a terrible temper, so I wanted to capture that with the best of them.
He had an incredible temper, he would get angry, he had a big personality and his personality was such that he could go from a very charismatic man to an evil, evil man.
He was a great dictator, but the Nazis tried to destroy the foundations of our country, so they used the propaganda that he created.
He was a very great man and I really think that his work was one of the most important works of literature and philosophy.”
Hitlers’ Propaganda is an incredible film and it’s really something to behold.
“The production also has a “fantastic” ending, with Schumachers father, the late Ulrich, who played the film’s central character, saying: “It’s an absolute joy to watch.
It really captures the heart of a man, a man in his prime, with the power to change the world.””
I have always admired the work of Ulrich.
I always thought of him as the father of German cinema,” he added.”
To see that he had the chance to be in the film is a real honor.
“Schumer said he