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In your average World War II movie, there are bad guys and good guys and it's not usually hard to tell who's who. This thought-provoking film, set in Hitler's Germany, suggests the reality wasn't always so black and white. Viggo Mortensen plays a university professor whose novel about euthanasia catches the eye of Nazi propaganda officials. Little by little, he's drawn into closer involvement with the party, and when a Jewish childhood friend needs an exit visa, his true allegiances are called into question.
A struggle against Nazi occupation seen through the eyes and actions of a reisistance leader in Paris.
11+ years 138 mins
Docudrama based on the life of Sophie Scholl, a young leading member of the "White Rose" resistance to the Nazis within Germany in World War Two.
11+ years 115 mins
The last days of WWII inside Hitler's bunker as the Fuhrer loses grip on reality and the Soviets approach, as told by his secretary.
14+ years 149 mins
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