BLAUE LICHT, DAS [BLUE LIGHT, THE] (1932; 1937 reissue)

Riefenstahl. Leni (director)

Published by Sokal, 1937
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Title: BLAUE LICHT, DAS [BLUE LIGHT, THE] (1932; ...

Publisher: Sokal

Publication Date: 1937

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Book Type: Photograph

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Vintage original 8.5 x 11" (21 x 28 cm.) double weight glossy silver gelatin print still photo, Germany. Leni Riefenstahl, Mathias Wieman, Beni Fuhrer, Max Holzboer, Martha Mair, dir: Leni Riefenstahl; Sokal. A beautiful character portrait of the legendary actress, director, writer, editor and producer: Leni Riefenstahl. Riefenstahl performed all these creative tasks on this film for her own production company. This is the story of Junta, a woman hated by the people of her village, who suspect her of being a witch. She is the only person who can climb the nearby mountains and she has discovered the mysteries of the blue light during her climbs. She is cast out of the town and goes to live in the mountains. She shares the secret of the blue light with one man, but he betrays her. Groundbreaking filmmaking at the time, it was an early sound film (though a silent version was also made) to be shot on high mountain locations and employed the people who lived in the mountains as the supporting players. Riefenstahl had made a series of mountain films with director Arnold Fanck in the prior years and was now ready to make her own films. So impressed by this film was Adolf Hitler that he asked Riefenstahl to make TRIUMPH OF THE WILL. Riefenstahl's production logo is at the bottom left corner of this image, the title at center and the logo for Degato, the German theatrical distributor is at right bottom corner. There is also the German blind stamp present at the upper right side of the image. On the back is an ink stamp with German distributor's name and address. Still number 3 shows Riefenstahl as Junta at a hearth. Minor crease at top left corner and minor wear at very too mid right side edge. ABOUT FINE. Bookseller Inventory # 10663

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