Douglas Sirk's first American film (1943) has more than historical interest going for it. There is also Sirk's incomparable visual style, already finely developed, and the added advantage of a compelling narrative (the determined resistance of the Czechs to the barbarities of the infamous Colonel Heydrich). Worth comparing with Fritz Lang's Hangmen Also Die, a much tauter (though hardly more emotional) treatment of the same subject. With John Carradine, Patricia Morison, and Alan Curtis.
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