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Oro nazi en Argentina (2004)

The story begins in Patagonia, deep south in Argentina, where researchers look for the remains of a German U-boat landing. This search leads them to Argentina during the '30 before Second ... See full summary »

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The story begins in Patagonia, deep south in Argentina, where researchers look for the remains of a German U-boat landing. This search leads them to Argentina during the '30 before Second World War, a time when anti-Semitism flourished in the country. Huge amounts of money were transferred to this country in order to be used for espionage and propaganda. The friendship of colonel Peron with a powerful banker, who played a crucial role in the transfer of funds to Argentina, was accelerated by the detention of a man sent by Peron to make a pact with the Reich. Once the war was over, this banker's son was appointed private secretary of Peron, President of Argentina in three different occasions. A real ODESSA is set up around Peron. Criminals like Eichmann, Mengele, Priebke are summoned. A German captain directs a mysterious office in Berne and another one a few steps from the Vatican. Helped by the Vatican and the silence of United States, he arranges the transfers of great fortunes and ... Written by Pereyra, Rolo

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interesting but slow in places
12 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched the movie while visiting Buenos Aires on a recent trip. The movie provides significant insight into WW2 relationship between Argentina – Germany – Vatican … yes, that's right, the Vatican. It provides insight into how all those Nazi war criminals ended up in Argentina. It also provides some interesting insight into the Perons. Even the famous Eva Peron comes out smelling less than rosy. While the content was very enlightening, the pacing of the movie was very poor. It seemed that they rehashed many of the principal points continually. I think a couple of small edits could have improved the pacing significantly. I would still recommend watching the movie, as it is fascinating in parts and the ending is shocking, disturbing and disgusting all at once.

For a more dramatic insight into more recent Argentinean politics, you may also want to watch "La Historia Oficial" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089276/).


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