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Much of this story radiates into our present society and how quickly the cycle of hatred can re-emerge in all of us.

Vienna 1960s - The young Jewish business man Victor has to witness how the prosecution of a Nazi crime against his family fails. The political and legal system is still virtually run by former Nazis with large parts of society being entangled in the past. When Victor also loses his grief ridden father and his girlfriend’s family opposes their relationship and his identity, Victor begins to loose faith in formal justice and takes matters in his own hands.

Sponsored by Alice & David Siegel. 

  • Year
  • Runtime
    110 minutes
  • Language
    German w/subtitles
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Boca Raton/Delray Beach
  • Director
    Thomas Roth
  • Screenwriter
    Thomas Roth
  • Producer
    Thomas Roth, Konstantin Seitz, Burkhard W.R. Ernst, Katharina Ernst
  • Co-Producer
    Klemens Hallmann, Michel Wagner
  • Cast
    Christian Berkel, Jeff Wilbusch, Barbara Meier
  • Cinematographer
    Clemens Majunke
  • Editor
    Birgit Gasser