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The article says Mamy was notable for his "collaboration" with the Vichy regime, but it does not specify how he collaborated, what he did. He was executed in 1949 for a film he made. Most people would be very interested in this, since this is supposedly what the allies, including the "Free French" were fighting against. Another thing, calling a movie "anti-Masonic" is a meaningless statement. The anti prefix is only applied to groups that according to political correctness deserve it. Anti-semitic, anti-American, anti-masonic in this case. But there are certain groups you would rarely or never hear the anti prefix applied to, such as anti-Palestinian, anti-Arab, anti-Muslim or anti-German. Its a meaningless attempt to delegitimize a person.