According to the article "Hollywood's friends and foes" by Colin Shindler
in the film history tome 'The Movie', this film " . . . though set largely inside a concentration camp . . . managed to avoid the mention of the words 'German' or 'Nazi' " throughout the whole movie. See more
When I was a boy, I lived in the country. I never saw a theater or went anywhere. And one day, my father went to the city and brought back a theater program with your photograph on it. I stole it. I kept it hidden in a bureau drawer.
Many young boys feel in love with me. Oh, many old ones too.
In the photograph you were dressed as St. Elizabeth, carrying a basket with loaves of bread and in your arms - roses.
That's why you were important to me. In my hungry, empty world, you ...
from "Tristan und Isolde"
Written by Richard Wagner
Played on piano by Conrad Veidt
Played at a concert and as background See more