I have seen that movie, but a while ago. I now see that scene in a much different light after reading much about Jewish activity throughout European history.

One of the comments posted to the video is very interesting:
"Get the DVD and go through the extra features. The guy who wrote/directed it explains the movie
was blackballed by powerful jew organizations that thought that Balint's anti-semitism a bit too
articulate and persuasive & that if exposed to it, the flyover goyim might get ideas. Voltaire, Kant,
GB Shaw, Mencken and Eliot et al. weren't a bunch of "mouth-breathing, trailer-park rednecks". Look into it."

I agree. Some of the history's brightest minds hated Judaic thinking. But now this has been reduced to "only ignorant bigots hate Jews."