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The video discusses the film "Arquitetura da Destruição," which explores the idea that the Nazis used art as a tool of propaganda to control the population. The film's protagonist is a Polish woman who reflects on the legacy of the Nazi regime and the difficulties of trying to overcome its effects. The video urges viewers to participate in the film's dialogue by watching its screenings and joining the cineclube's social media platforms.

  • 00:00:00 The Cineclube Unifor video "Debate do filme "Arquitetura da Destruição" | CINECLUBE UNIFOR" discusses the importance of art in Nazi propaganda, and how it played a role in the development of the Nazi regime in Germany. The film discusses the documentary, "Arquitetura da Destruição", which was released in Germany in 2016. It features interviews with some of the film's collaborators, including Vítor Marques, professor of philosophy at the Federal University of ABC, and Leonardo 11 atos, professor of psychology at the University of the Federal Republic of Brazil. The debate begins with a presentation by Vítor Marques, who discusses philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's idea of the superman, and how it was used by the Nazis in their propaganda. Leonardo 11 atos then takes the stage to talk about the film's third element, which is new to most viewers: the Nazi ideology's aesthetic side. He reveals that this side of the movement was important in motivating people to participate in the Nazi regime, and that it involved the promotion of classic art styles such as Greco-Roman antiquity, as well as the degeneration of modern art. The final
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the architecture of destruction, focusing on the portrayal of sex in the film and the relationship between Nazism and capitalism. It also discusses the role of class in the rise of Nazism, and the specific way in which Japanese fascism anticipates discussion of social equality.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the film "Arquitetura da Destruição", in which the Nazis attempt to create a perfect society by eliminating Jews and other 'undesirables'. The film's protagonist, a Primo Levi-esque figure, reflects on the legacy of the Nazi regime, and the difficulties of trying to overcome its effects. He suggests that, in order to overcome such a legacy, we must first acknowledge it and then work to create an alternative, imaginary culture that can address the problems it has caused.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the film "Arquitetura da Destruição," which suggests that the team had in mind one detail that is important to highlight. The film stresses the importance of noting that before ending the Jews, they also ended the mentally ill. This is interesting because it references the way that, in the 17th century, mental illness did not exist as a separate category from the rest of society. It then goes on to say that, in some cases, this is not the case, as worse still, the mentally ill are simply exterminated. The film also makes reference to the reduction of a certain condition of human beings to the insect, the rat, in the way that extermination was carried out. I am not convinced that this reading of the movie is accurate, as it seems to downplay the specificity of fascism. In any case, it is important to understand how this dilemma is complicated by the fact that the modern world is still emerging. The video then goes on to discuss the problem of organizing masses behind a desire for destructive goals, and provides an example in the form of the worker's struggle against capitalism. I do not believe that we can solve the problem of class struggle by simply ignoring the conscious individual. The genius is to make
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses the struggle between modern technology and ancient ideals, and the hero of the film does not return. 100 years or even longer, I don't know, may be how long it will take. Regardless of how long it will take, I agree that what happened with the Nazi regime is not simply the result of a scientific discourse. It is the combination of a scientific discourse with political rhetoric. We have already had the combination of religious rhetoric with political rhetoric. We saw what happened and now we have it. We have had the combination of scientific rhetoric with political rhetoric, not just lacking one. We also have religious rhetoric. It has to do with what is going to be given. Aquinas is not that far away, not by a long shot. We already have something called "cientology." It is not by going around in circles. It is instead being present and speaking directly. I agree with you, disagreeing, that I say is as follows: I believe that we are not gas, I believe that he is before civilizatório. Before civilization is different. It is different from the delusion that the Nazi proposal proposes ending civilization. It is as if there is an imaginary mental illness involving the idea
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the architectural destruction film, "Arquitetura da Destruição," and its impact on contemporary society. The film's protagonist, a Polish woman who opposed communism, has a lot of wisdom to share about the current state of politics in the world. The film's message is that without an alternative to the populist, reactionary, and fascistic alternative being presented by the current political establishment, society will continue to spiral into violence. However, it is hard to see how society will ever recover from this ideological collapse, as the sense of political engagement and political consciousness has been completely eroded. The film's main critique is that, due to the lack of political engagement and the resulting disillusionment among the general population, the current political establishment has been able to consolidate its power without much resistance. As a result, the film urges viewers to participate in the film's dialogue by watching its screenings and joining the cineclube's social media platforms.

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