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Marcus Aurelius Daniels
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On the day Hitler assumes power, an affluent German-Jewish family comes together for dinner. Most of them-like many Germans at the time-do not take the Nazis seriously. When Leah announces her plans to emigrate to Palestine, her family talks her down. But when Michael indicates he's actually an admirer of the National Socialist Movement, the family is on the brink of being torn apart. A deeply personal and intimate chamber play.Written by
Das Letzte Mahl
The movie stands out thanks to how it treats its subject matter. There is no black-and-white separation of the characters into either victims or culprits; rather, it attempts to break down the specific and xenophobic motivations behind the opinions, beliefs and discussions revolving around National Socialist doctrines. Considering the current socio-political climate, with right-wing parties constantly gaining ground, the film clearly aims to take a firm stance. The mood created by the settings, light, music and stunning actors make it a jewel.
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