No stranger to portraying human emotion, Max Nosseck built a career as a compelling director for audiences everywhere. Nosseck received his start directing independent films, including early work on "Le Roi des Champs-Elysees" (1934) and "Girls Under 21" (1940). Film credits such as the biopic "Dillinger" (1945) with Lawrence Tierney, the crime flick "The Brighton Strangler" (1945) with John Loder and "Black Beauty" (1946). were subsequently directed in the forties and the fiftiesLater in his career, Nosseck directed "Kill or Be Killed" (1950). Nosseck's husband was Ilse Steppat. Nosseck passed away in September 1972 at the age of 70.