This film is a tribute to the men and women who, like Simon Wiesenthal, Serge and Beate Klarsfeld, devoted their lives to the hunt for former Nazis. Composed of archival documents, it opens...
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This film is a tribute to the men and women who, like Simon Wiesenthal, Serge and Beate Klarsfeld, devoted their lives to the hunt for former Nazis. Composed of archival documents, it opens with images of German civilians forced by the Allies to bury the dead of one of the last massacres of deportees in May 1945. Simon Wiesenthal tracked down Eichmann, the organizer of the Final Solution, until his arrest in South America. The Klarsfelds will meet Hagen, Lischka, Heinrichson, in charge of the Gestapo in Paris, as well as Barbie, the head of the Gestapo de Lyon. Beate Klarsfeld will publicly slap the German Chancellor Kiesinger, a former senior Nazi propaganda official. Finally, former French minister Maurice Papon will be tried for his participation in the deportation. As Mathieu Kassovitz says, touched by the film, he wanted to lend his voice to the film: "We can no longer say now that it didn't exist".Written by
I have no words to say what I felt watching this excellent documentary. you must see to believe. awesome, revolting, shocking, disgusting, are some adjectives that describe. the Nazis in a way never seen before. the hunt for Nazi the atrocities committed by them, with never before seen footage. produced by the magnificent double Costelle Daniel and Isabel Clarke. which also produced apocalypse of World War II,by the way this is also an excellent documentary. anyway I recommend that you see what we've never seen before. the images are impressive, and are not recommended for children, though everyone should see because it is important not to forget. never forget, never forget.
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