The film's closing epilogue states that Undersecretary Martin Luther's (in this film played by Kevin McNally
copy of the Wansee Conference minutes was discovered in the files of the German Foreign office by American Investigators in 1947. It is the only record of the Wansee Conference meeting in existence that survives today. See more
When Dr. Kritzinger leaves the meeting for the first time to go outside, the camera is by a parked car at the front of the Wannsee Conference house. As the camera moves past the car, a crew member can be seen reflected by the car's polished paintwork. See more
I have the real feeling I "evacuated" 30,000 Jews already, by shooting them, at Riga. Is what I did "evacuation"? When they fell, were they "evacuated"? There are another 20,000, at least, waiting for similar "evacuation". - I just think it is helpful to know what words mean... with all respect.
[Kritzinger bangs the table in applause
If I might, I think it's unnecessary to burden the record...
Yes! In my personal opinion, they are evacuated.
I have just done so.
That is not - no, that...
Adagio from 'String Quintet in C Major', D. 956, op. post. 163
Composed by Franz Schubert
Performed by Ensemble Villa See more