Friedrich - "The Movie (1940)" Summary & Analysis

Hans Peter Richter
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"The Movie (1940)" Summary

The film Jud S'YA ("Sweet Jew"), in theaters for eight weeks, is obligatory viewing, and wartime entertainment is so scarce, people attend, and talk and write about it. The narrator has been reprimanded for consorting with a Jew, but still meets Friedrich, who wants to see the movie but is afraid to attend alone. The narrator buys two tickets, without having to show his ID to prove he is over 14. Friedrich sneaks after his confidently striding friend, and they get in without a search. Friedrich is sorry about the deception. A smiling usherette shows them to very good seats. It is Friedrich's first movie since his mother's death. He says that he is glad she has not had to suffer all they have in the last two years. He jumps, as an unfriendly, older usherette passes by. As the...

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