Review: Julia von Heinz’s ‘And Tomorrow the Entire World’

And Tomorrow the Entire World, Julia von Heinz’s topical drama about antifascist activists, was Germany’s entry in the best international feature category at this year’s Oscars, although it didn’t make the final shortlist. The film offers a critique of Germany’s Antifa movement while acknowledging their necessity, as white supremacy slithers out from under its rock across Europe and elsewhere. The title is taken from a line in "Es zittern die morschen Knochen," the official song of the Hitler Youth, and is seemingly used here as a warning about history repeating itself. But while the film’s discussion of violent versus non-violent resistance is deftly handled, And Tomorrow the Entire World is a frustrating piece of work, one
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