This film discusses the effect on how major American films in Hollywood were influenced by the Eastern European Jewish culture that most of the major movie moguls who controlled the studios shared. Through clips of various films, the filmmakers illustrate the dominant themes like that of the outsider, the outspoken American patriotism, and rooting for the underdog in society.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The film gives a montage of clips from films made by Hollywood to bolster American war efforts in the wake of Pearl Harbor. Included is Sands of Iwo Jima, which was not made until 1949, four years after the war had already ended. See more »
The moguls are gone, but their vision survives. The America of Edison and Rankin has given way to an alien ideology. It isn't to Communism or Judaism that the Gentile elite once feared. It's Americanism as defined by Hollywood. The icons endure. The little guy fighting the odds. The pogrom imagery. The desperate desire to survive and the various races assimilating to create the ultimate happy ending... A white middle-class President articulating the Jewish experience writ large. A new global ...
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