Hitler: The Rise of Evil

Plot – Germany is living an economic collapse after World War I and young Adolf Hitler is frustrated because he cannot be an artist,but his masterpiece ‘Mein Kampf’ is gaining a lot of popularity so he decides to devote himself to the cause of his country. Journalist Fritz Gerlich and publisher Ernst Hanfstaengl oppose to his Nazi and anti-Semitic thesis but Chancellor Von Hindenburg allows Hitler’s political rise.

Movie Info

Title: Hitler: The Rise of Evil

Year: 2003

Genre: Drama, History, War, Biography

Top 10 Quotes of “Hitler: The Rise of Evil” Movie

“He’s not human. He studies people in order to appear human, but all he has discovered is our fear and our hatred.” Matthew Modine – Fritz Gerlich

“Traitors are defined not by themselves, but by the people they betray.”

Robert Carlyle -Adolf Hitler

“- Adolf Hitler: We were friends once, Ernst; you saw my potential before anyone else; you speak your mind unlike the others; and you love your men more than yourself, which is rare in a leader. But you refuse to bend. Why? You have power.
– Ernst Röhm: I don’t want power, I want justice. My men were promised…
– Adolf Hitler: I don’t care. I…”

Robert Carlyle -Adolf Hitler
Peter Stormare – Ernst Röhm

“Pride is a weapon!”

Robert Carlyle -Adolf Hitler

“If a thief takes your money and you take it back, does that make you also a thief?”

Robert Carlyle -Adolf Hitler

“Marx was a Jew. The Communist Party is run by Jews.”

Robert Carlyle -Adolf Hitler

“He’s insane. A complete psychotic. He may be a compelling speaker on stage, but in person I could see into his eyes and what I saw was… terrifying.” Matthew Modine – Fritz Gerlich

“I’m a satirist, Ernst. The most dangerous politician of them all.”

Harvey Friedman – Friedrich Hollaender

“Everyone’s depressed – bad for the economy but excellent for cabaret. German people don’t need democracy, for God’s sake, they need music, laughter, someone to tell them what to do so they can get in line and follow.”

Harvey Friedman – Friedrich Hollaender

“- President Paul von Hindenburg: If I appoint you Chancellor, how will I answer to God?
– Adolf Hitler: How will you answer to Germany if you don’t?”

Peter O’Toole – President Paul von Hindenburg
Robert Carlyle -Adolf Hitler