After fleeing Europe for Uruguay during WWII, Jacob Kaplan built a quiet life. Now 76, he begins to question his worth. After learning of a mysterious German prowling the shores of a nearby beach, he becomes convinced that he's found a Nazi in hiding and plans to expose him. Expertly distilling a potent mixture of emotional depth and deadpan comedy, Mr. Kaplan is a vivacious meditation on family, aging, and the drive for significance.
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Official submission of Uruguay to the best foreign language film category of the 87th Academy Awards 2015. See more
While the german is on the ship's deck unconscious and handcuffed, scenes with him in full sun and in shadow, alternate. See more
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