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Holocaust parte seconda: i ricordi, i deliri, la vendetta (1980)

A secret group of Jewish activists locate and murder the doctors and soldiers who tortured their relations in a notorious extermination camp.

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(as Angel Jonathan)
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Col. Hans
Tina Aumont ...
Dorothea's Mother
Elisabeth Tulin ...
Wardress
Kai Fischer ...
Susanna Levi ...
Lucilla (as Susan Levi)
Andrés Resino ...
Lorenzo
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Felix Oppenheimer
Marzia Damon ...
Mathilda (as Katia Chiani)
Pina Pietronigro ...
Elisa
Michele Quaglieri ...
Michele
Sergio Serafini ...
Franco
Nino Musco ...
Alfonso
Giuseppe Marrocco ...
Inspector
Anna Lina Alberti ...
Elena (as Lina Alberti)
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40 years have passed since the brutal atrocities were committed by the Nazis in the concentration camps during World War 2. But the memories of the horrible murders live on, as do many of the Nazis who are now hiding around the world. A secret group of Jewish activists band together and locate many of the doctors and solders and take vengeance upon these sadistic killers. Written by Ørnås

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jewish | murder | nazi | memory | vengeance | See All (47) »

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Driven by a common desire: REVENGE!

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Drama | Thriller | War

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10 April 1980 (Italy)  »

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Holocaust 2  »

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Painstakingly incoherent
16 November 2002 | by (Zürich, Switzerland) – See all my reviews

This film is certainly the most unusual of all the "Nazi exploitation" movies that were made in Italy after the success of Pier Paolo Pasolini's "Salo" and the notorious "Ilsa"-series. It tells the story of some Jewish activists that take revenge on their Nazi torturers more than three decades after the end of World War II.

This movie could have been an enormously interesting turn on the notorious sub-genre, but its almost inexistent production values, the uninspired actors (despite William Berger and Gordon Mitchell in small roles) and the incoherently structured, badly photographed and edited plot become almost unbearably painstaking towards the end of the modest running time of approximately 77 minutes.

The only thing remarkable is some real archive footage showing concentration camp victims during the opening credits. But this "remarkable thing" only makes the film more dubious. "Holocaust 2", which is NOT a sequel, is nothing more than sleazy no-budget-exploitation without any highlight whatsoever.


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