Cinema: Unpulled Punches

With their foreign market already lost, the movies are getting pretty reckless. They say "Nazi" and "Fascist" and "Ribbentrop" as easily as if they were the names of cocktails. In line with this spirit of adventure, Hollywood showed up last week with a document, a drama, a comedy, none of which pulls its punches when it mentions the new order in Europe, all of which are better for their courage.

The World In Flames (Paramount) is prefaced with the statement that it is a picture of the struggle of a free people against a colossus...

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