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The famous Nazi-Doctor Dr. Josef Mengele - the "death angel of Auschwitz", who killed more than 300.000 people - comes back from his hide out in Argentina to Germany as a 87 year old man. He must stand up in front of a court for his crimes. The young solicitor Peter Rohm has to defend him. But Peter Rohm - himself an expert on Josef Mengele and his crimes - feels unable to do this. When he decides to take on the case he endangers not only the relationship to his wife but also their lifes. A fictional story around the non-fictional person of Josef Mengele who died in 1979. Written by
Excellent movie with Götz George as Mengels. Back in Germany, he's ask about the crimes of the Nazis. Doing that, he questions our own attitude towards crime. It's hard not to get into deep thoughts after seeing «After the truth». The final scene is quiet compelling. It's very interesting to see such a movie coming out in today's Germany.
8 out of 10. 85%
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