‘The German Doctor’ is a not-see

It is perhaps a little obscure now to refer to Ira Levin’s 1976 novel “The Boys from Brazil,” or even to the 1978 film of the same name that featured Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier. However, it was the first thing that came to mind when I saw “The German
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SF Playhouse brings forgotten artist back to life

Like Picasso, Kandinsky and Klee, Rudolf Bauer lived for and was one of the original masterminds of non-objective or abstract art. In 1938, Bauer was imprisoned by the Nazis for his “degenerate” art but risked his life by trading cigarettes for pencils and scavenging for scraps of paper to continue
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