#1
So, for a few months now, I've been confused a bit about something.

Inglorious Basterds was shot in Germany, and there were plenty of swastikas and other Nazi paraphernalia in it. Yet, to my knowledge, public display of such things is illegal in Germany. I could be heavily wrong since if I recall I learned this from a friend giving a random "did you know?" type of statement, but I figured I'd ask. How did they get that in there for that?
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#3
I imagine they made an exception for the movie.
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I imagine they made an exception for the movie.


Probably this.
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#5
you dont shoot movies in public. everyone would be waving at the cameras and shit. they were lent or rented space - flags went up
#6
It was a movie. They weren't openly displaying the images in public and appearing as if they promoted the ideology.


It doesn't seem that hard to imagine them making an exception for things like movies.
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#10
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no, i think thats russia...


lol yea but i wanted to be different than the usual "in soviet russia..." joke
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no, i think thats russia...


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#12
There's something in the law that states that if it's for movies and other stuff like that there is an exception
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lol yea but i wanted to be different than the usual "in soviet russia..." joke

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#14
film sets aren't public?
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#15
Well the idea is they dont want to glorify nazism... and the film was basicly doing the opposite of that, so i can see why they'd make an exception
#16
Downfall was made in Germany, I think my eye caught at least one teeny tiny Swastika in that film.

I imagine they make exceptions for historical and artistic purposes.
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