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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Götz George ... Schlomo Herzl
Tom Schilling ... Adolf Hitler
Anna Unterberger ... Gretchen
Bernd Birkhahn Bernd Birkhahn ... Lobkowitz
Wolf Bachofner ... Himmlischst
Elisabeth Orth Elisabeth Orth ... Frau Tod
Karin Neuhäuser Karin Neuhäuser ... Frau Merschmeyer
Simon Schwarz ... Max
Paul Matic Paul Matic ... Erich
Henning Peker Henning Peker ... Anton
Wolfgang Hübsch Wolfgang Hübsch ... Mandelbaum
Ernst Stankovski Ernst Stankovski ... Rektor
Michael Ostrowski Michael Ostrowski ... Kleiner Dieb
Franz Josef Csencsits Franz Josef Csencsits ... Großer Dieb
Kajetan Dick Kajetan Dick ... Der Rothaarige


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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26 March 2010 (Austria) See more »

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Moja borba See more »

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Liberec, Czech Republic See more »

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Monotonous and boring
31 March 2011 | by darkobabicSee all my reviews

I find most movies generally at least okay to watch. I forced myself to finish this movie. I found it very boring and monotonous. Other than to depict the young Hitler as a nasty character, I didn't see the point of this movie. I'm quite fine with subtitles but perhaps that didn't help in the case of a boring movie. It was much longer than it needed to be for starters. I'm guessing this is all fiction but I don't know for sure. On a positive note I did like the acting and the set. They were very believable. My favourite scene was the one where Hitler starts singing during the opera. You could see how embarrassed his date was. I hadn't realized that it was adapted from a play. Oh, well at least it only cost me $5.

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