2001, Fabrizio Collini (Franco Nero), a retired Italian worker, who had been living in Germany for 35 years, kills an elderly wealthy industrialist well known throughout the country. Collini's defense has been assigned to a public defender, the young lawyer Caspar Leinen (Elayas M'Barek), at his first major trial. However, Caspar had been a protegee of the murdered person, who he considered as a kind of father.Written by
The book and movie are based losely on a similar real case (Friedrich Engel), without spoiling too much for new viewers. See more »
Great story, great movie
Maybe this story is not true, but there are thousands of stories like this.
It is a memorial to justice, not to law(s). And a reminder against fascism and similar idologies.
Watch the movie, read the book. Once, twice and more. Tell all the people you know.
This movie is a reminder
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