Shocking and powerful, this infamous documentary from Leni Riefenstahl remains the greatest propaganda film ever made. Commissioned by Paul Joseph Goebbels, Riefenstahl's masterful mix of cinematography and creative editing paints a fascinating─and ultimately horrific─look at the early days of Hitler's rise to power. 110 min. Standard; Soundtrack: German mono; Subtitles: none; bonus film "March with the Fuhrer" (1940). In German; no subtitles.