Eichmann's End - Love, Betrayal, Death
Charlotte Jewish Film Festival film
How did an innocent attraction between two teenagers lead to the capture of one of Nazi Germany's most hated war criminals? Eichmann's End tells the incredible true story that begins in the mid-1950s in Buenos Aires. In a bizarre twist of fate, Sylvia, the daughter of Holocaust survivor Lothar Hermann, begins dating a boy named Nick, who turns out to be the son of the notorious Nazi Adolf Eichmann. Meanwhile, Nick's father is involved in a series of interviews with a local journalist, retelling his role in the SS with a haunting lack of remorse.
Eichmann's End combines historical reenactments with interviews and rare footage, setting a pace more akin to a thriller than a documentary. The result is a chilling tale of 'love, betrayal and death.'
Docudrama/Germany & Israel/ German, Hebrew and Spanish with subtitles/90 minutes/2011
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Levine Jewish Community Center (View)
5007 Providence Road
Charlotte, NC 28226
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