The Holocaust in Film: Professor Mamlock
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This 1961 remake of the 1938 Soviet film is one of the earliest films directly dealing with the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany. Concerning a respected Jewish surgeon who is certain that the Weimar Republic will survive the political crisis of the early 1930s, the film shows the danger of political apathy and ends with the statement: "there is no greater crime than not wanting to fight when fight one must."