By Professor. Dr.-Ing. Christian Menn (auth.)
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In this sense, both versions are “paranoid” political thrillers. The 1962 version, directed by John Frankenheimer, focuses on Raymond Shaw, who is the assassin brainwashed in Manchuria. His mother, a conservative political powerhouse, is the American agent who controls him on behalf of the Communists. S. senator who, as the vice presidential candidate, would become the presidential candidate when the assassination takes place. Bennett Marco, Raymond’s commanding officer in Korea, is a man with bad dreams.
Quickly we learn that he is the intelligence officer for General Allenby, who will shortly take command of the allied army in the region. The spy quickly becomes the indispensable hero of the upcoming campaign against Beersheba. But, to do so, the major enlists the nurse mentioned earlier to write the forged love letter of a wife to her officer husband, a letter that is in short order planted to mislead the Turks about the location of the upcoming offensive. This narrative turn of events is as rapid and simplified as all the other narrative events in the film.
The director’s idea is that the world in 1942 became a black and white world. For most people it was black—their lives, their dignity, everything could be instantly taken away. On the other hand, there was the white world, filled with privilege, power, and seeming immortality. In the black world, violence and cruelty knew no bounds; in the white world, indulgence and selfishness knew no bounds. To work with this idea, we begin with the text interpretation. In Dachau, the focus is on death, cruelty, torture, humiliation.