In January 1942, as the United States enters World War II, a conference assembles near Berlin. SS Gen. Heydrich and his associate, Lt. Eichmann call the meeting to discuss the "evacuation" of Germany's Jews and other undesirables, a code word for their extermination in concentration camps. To begin this Final Solution, they must change the mind of a small group of men opposed to the idea, led by Chancellor Kritzinger Written by
One Of The Greatest Crimes Against Humanity Was Perpetrated In Just Over An Hour.
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Did You Know?
, Stanley Tucci
and Colin Firth
were the only ones nominated in this film for an Emmy in Acting (Branagh being the only one of the three to win). The three men are also the only Oscar-nominees in the film (Firth and Tucci nominated the same year). As of 2011, Colin Firth is the only one of the three who has won an Oscar. See more
Klopfer is portrayed as seriously obese and displaying a lack of tact foul enough to make even the other Nazis uncomfortable, yet in real life Gerhard Klopfer was slim-built, and his co-workers remembered him as a calm and usually very polite man. See more
How many rolls?
Enough for four hours, sir.
Too many. Two hours worth should be sufficient.
String Quintet in C Major', D.956: Adagio
Written by Franz Schubert
Performed by Ensemble Villa Musica
courtesy of Naxos of America
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