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Mein Kampf (2009)

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The young, despotic and untalented artist Adolf Hitler comes to Vienna to study art. He befriends the Jew Schlomo Herzl working on a novel with the title "Mein Kampf". Hitler is rejected by... See full summary »

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Götz George ...
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Anna Unterberger ...
Gretchen
Bernd Birkhahn ...
Lobkowitz
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Elisabeth Orth ...
Frau Tod
Karin Neuhäuser ...
Frau Merschmeyer
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Max
Paul Matic ...
Erich
Henning Peker ...
Anton
Wolfgang Hübsch ...
Mandelbaum
Ernst Stankovski ...
Rektor
Michael Ostrowski ...
Kleiner Dieb
Franz Josef Csencsits ...
Großer Dieb
Kajetan Dick ...
Der Rothaarige
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The young, despotic and untalented artist Adolf Hitler comes to Vienna to study art. He befriends the Jew Schlomo Herzl working on a novel with the title "Mein Kampf". Hitler is rejected by the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. Herzl's concern for the sad young man continues, and leads him to a new career with disastrous consequences for world history. Written by Roald, Norway

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True to reality?
29 October 2010 | by (United Arab Emirates) – See all my reviews

Having watched this movie and being interested lately in the world wars, specially world war two, I don't believe this to be a true or accurate historical account. It is more like a dramatized summery or caricature of how Hitler shaped his way to power. We see him as a young (20 or so years)person who fails to make it to the academy of arts (which according to historical accounts is true). He is portrayed as having unshakable self confidence and talks of his future glory (as artist or architect) even after his failure. Persons like that do have influence on others. If you believe in yourself, people will believe in you. Do not watch this movie if you're looking for historical accuracy. On the other hand, I was quite impressed by the fine acting of the leading characters. Schilling gives a nice performance as young Hitler. This being the main reason for giving the movie rating a 6.


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