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Having proven her mettle with her still-astonishing propaganda epic , German filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl furthered her reputation with the two-part , an all-inclusive filmed record of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. In its original 220-minute form, the film was designed as a paean to Aryan superiority, likening the strong-limbed young German athletes with the godlike participants of the ancient Olympic games. By accident or design, however, the film transcends politics, resulting in an across-the-board tribute...more