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A world champion boxer during the 1930s, Max Schmeling (Henry Maske) became a symbol of German strength and superiority. But due to his outspoken views - as well as his loss to American champion Joe Louis -- he soon lost favor with the Nazi regime and was forced to throw off his gloves and don a Nazi uniform. Now, he would not only have to fight the enemy but also the battle within as he struggled to maintain his honor in a world fraught with peril.
"Immensely enjoyable... superbly executed. Feels like an incredibly real snapshot of history" -- Flickeringmyth.com
FROM DIRECTOR UWE BOLL COMES THE TRUE STORY OF MAX SCHMELING, ONE THE 20TH CENTURY'S GREATEST BOXERS WHO WENT TOE TO TOE WITH THE THIRD REICH
Fist of the Reich
The only way to stay alive was to fight...
Tough, brutal and utterly compelling, Fist of the Reich tells the story of one man's fight for survival against the devastating might of the Third Reich. A world champion boxer during the 1930s, Max Schmeling (played by Henry Maske, 1988 East German Boxing Gold Medalist) became a symbol of German strength and superiority. But due to his outspoken views - as well as his loss to American champion Joe Louis -- he soon lost favor with the Nazi regime and was forced to throw off his gloves and don a Nazi uniform. Now, he would not only have to fight the enemy but also the battle within as he struggled to maintain his honor in a world fraught with peril. Fearless, uncompromising and forthright to the last, Schmeling would seize destiny in his own hands and prove himself to be one of World War II's most surprising yet glorious heroes in this powerful and dramatic bio-pic from director Uwe Boll (Bloodrayne, Alone in the Dark, House of the Dead).
Run time: 123 mins.
Street: August 28
Entertainment One U.S. is the U.S. home video label of Entertainment One (LSE:ETO), a leading independent entertainment that specializes in the acquisition, production and distribution of entertainment content. Boasting a diverse library of feature films, television series and more, Entertainment One U.S. is the home of such notable properties as Sanctuary, McLeod's Daughters, Wire in the Blood, Omnibus and The Abbott and Costello Show, along with Ballet Shoes starring Emma Watson, Little Ashes starring Robert Pattinson and the 2009 Academy Award(R)-winning Best Foreign Language Film Departures. For more information on these and other releases from Entertainment One U.S., please visit www.eonehomevideo.com.
Posted by: News Editor - August 27, 2012, 7:30 am - PR
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