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After World War II, many important figures in Hitler's command escaped Germany and Occupied Europe and were rumored to be living in South America. Adolf Eichmann,wanted in connection with millions of deaths, is suspected to be living incognito in Argentina. Mossad, Israel's secret intelligence organization is determined to bring Eichmann (if it is him indeed) to justice. Written by
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This is a very dated and often poorly-written movie, but does have some redeeming aspects. There is a certain amount of suspense in the build-up to the capture of Eichmann. Also well done are the interrogation sessions with him - more of these would have been better. The whole process of how he was smuggled out was intriguing.
The final scene at the airport also has some suspenseful moments. All-in-all, this is no "Schindler's List", but not a bad film for its time. I think it would have been fascinating to portray the actual trial and the reaction of the world and Israel to it. Perhaps that is another movie...
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