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Nazi Gold in Argentina (2004)

Oro nazi en Argentina (original title)
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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Rolo Pereyra
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jorge Camarasa Jorge Camarasa ... Himself
Carlota Jacksich Carlota Jacksich ... Herself
Daniel Muchnik Daniel Muchnik ... Himself
Carlos Escudé Carlos Escudé ... Himself
Emilio Corbiére Emilio Corbiére ... Himself
Rogelio García Lupo Rogelio García Lupo ... Himself
Uki Goñi Uki Goñi ... Himself
Manuel Urriza Manuel Urriza ... Himself
Ricardo Laurence Ricardo Laurence ... Himself
Carlos De Nápoli Carlos De Nápoli ... Himself
Carlos Massey Carlos Massey ... Himself
Patrick Burnside Patrick Burnside ... Himself
Enrique Lucero ... Himself
Harald Fitzmer Harald Fitzmer ... Himself
Beatriz Gurevich Beatriz Gurevich ... Herself
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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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Documentary

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Country:

Argentina

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Spanish | English | French | Italian

Release Date:

7 April 2005 (Argentina) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Baltic Sea, Germany See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$49,258
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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Invited to 28th São Paulo International Film Festival XII Festival Cinémas d'Espagne et d'Amérique latine Bruselas See more »

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Nazi war criminals to Argentina
31 January 2009 | by magullonSee all my reviews

Plot provides strong evidence and controversy about the arrival of Nazi war criminals to Argentina and their huge fortunes, claiming also the participation of Swiss banks, the Vatican State and the transfer of U.S. government. Unpublished testimonies, and very meticulous recreations endorsement of renowned researchers in the world, casts light on the darker legacy of Nazism. Filmed in magnificent scenery, "Nazi Gold in Argentina" will collect evidence and testimony in Buenos Aires, Rome, Madrid, Geneva and Zurich, within the streets of Berne up to the shores of the Baltic Sea in Germany, adding to the rigor documentary an alarming rate of police intrigue and espionage. The viewer to access micro-films recently released secret, it introduces genuine submarine of World War II and type, with hidden cameras at homes of people heavily involved in the handling of Nazi treasure. Based on the book by journalist Jorge Camarasa "Odessa south" the film is enriched with the backing of researchers from great international prestige, such as Jean Ziegler, and Uki Goñi Beatriz Gurevich, among others. The experience of victims and survivors collide dramatically with the chilling statements Wilfred Von Oven, a former secretary of Göbbels, or the child of the criminal Erich Priebke.


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