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Rated NR · 97 minutes · 2012

Documentary
Israeli filmmaker Arnon Goldfinger’s Holocaust documentary delves intriguingly into his own personal family mysteries. In cleaning out the Tel Aviv apartment where his deceased grandparents lived, Goldfinger discovers that both of them – intellectual German-Jewish refugees who moved to Israel after WWII – had a strange, disturbingly warm relationship with a German Nazi official, a high-ranking SS officer who preceded Adolf Eichmann in the Nazis’ “Jewish Affairs” office and had visited Palestine before the war. A grim historical detective story indeed, and one that demonstrates the notion of an unbearable scrutiny – the past wants to stay buried. The Israeli-German production is written and directed by Goldfinger. (97 min.)
Director: Arnon Goldfinger
Producer: Arnon Goldfinger and Thomas Kufus
Cast: Axel Milberg

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