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Vienna-born Fritz Lang's first American film "Fury" was released in 1936 after he left Germany for Hollywood. Fury raises issues about race, technology, mob violence, the corruption of political and legal institutions that remain remarkably current. Harvard Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures Eric Rentschler, and Carsey-Wolf Center Director Patrice Petro sit down for an in-depth discussion of the film and Lang. Recorded on 11/02/2017. (#33184)