Life is beautiful (1997)
In 1939, about to explode World War II (1939-1945), the extravagant Guido arrives in Arezzo (Tuscany) with the intention of opening a bookstore. There he meets Dora and, although she is the fiancée of the fascist Ferruccio, he marries her and has a son. When the war breaks out, the three are interned in a death camp, where Guido will do the impossible to make his son believe that the terrible situation they are suffering is just a game.
The boy with the striped pajamas (2008)
Berlin, 1942. Bruno (Asa Butterfield) is eight years old and does not know the meaning of the Final Solution and the Holocaust. He is not aware of the terrifying cruelties that his country, in the midst of world war, is inflicting on the peoples of Europe. All he knows is that his father - newly appointed commander of a concentration camp - has climbed the ladder, and has moved from living in a comfortable house in Berlin to an isolated area. Everything changes when he meets Shmuel, a Jewish boy who lives a strange existence parallel to the other side of the fence.
The Pianist (2002)
Wladyslaw Szpilman, a brilliant Polish pianist of Jewish origin, lives with his family in the Warsaw ghetto. When, in 1939, the Germans invaded Poland, he managed to avoid deportation thanks to the help of some friends. But he will have to live hidden and completely isolated for a long time, and to survive he will have to face constant dangers.
Schindler's List (1993)
World War II (1939-1945). Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), a man of enormous cunning and talent for public relations, organizes an ambitious plan to win the sympathy of the Nazis. After the invasion of Poland by the Germans (1939), he obtained, thanks to his relations with the Nazis, the property of a Krakow factory. There he employs hundreds of Jewish workers, whose exploitation makes him prosper quickly. Its manager (Ben Kingsley), also a Jew, is the true director in the shade, as Schindler lacks the knowledge to run a company.
American History X (1998)
Derek (Edward Norton), a young Californian "skin head" of neo-Nazi ideology, was jailed for murdering a black man who wanted to steal his van. When he leaves prison and returns to his neighborhood willing to get away from the world of violence, he finds that his little brother (Edward Furlong), for whom Derek is the role model, follows the same path that led him to the jail.
Damn Bastards (2009)
WWII. During the occupation of France by the Germans, Shosanna Dreyfus (Mélanie Laurent) witnesses the execution of her family by order of Nazi colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz). After fleeing to Paris, she adopts a new identity as the owner of a cinema. Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) trains a group of Jewish soldiers ("The Basterds") to attack specific targets. Raine's men and a German actress (Diane Kruger), who works for the allies, must carry out a mission that will bring down the bosses of the Third Reich. Fate wants everyone to be under the marquee of a cinema where Shosanna waits for revenge.
The sinking (2004)
Berlin, April 1945. A fierce battle is fought in the streets of Berlin. Hitler (Bruno Ganz) and his faithful have entrenched themselves in a bunker. Among them is Traudl Junge (Alexandra Maria Lara), the personal secretary of the Führer. Outside, the situation worsens. Although Berlin can no longer resist, Hitler refuses to leave the city and, accompanied by Eva Braun (Juliane Köhler), prepares his farewell.
The last train to Auschwitz (2006)
Germany, 1943. The Nazis intend to definitively eliminate all Jews in Berlin. More than 70,000 have already been deported. In April 1943 a train with 688 Jews leaves from Grunewald station towards Auschwitz. For six days, passengers will have to suffer heat, hunger and thirst. In desperation, some try to flee; among them, Henry (Gedeon Burkhard), Lea (Lale Yavas) and Ruth (Sibel Kekilli). But time is pressing because Auschwitz is getting closer.
Seriously wounded in combat, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg (Cruise), a German aristocrat, returns from Africa and, after joining the German resistance, becomes the brain of Operation Valkyrie, whose goal was to overthrow the Nazi regime and end the war previously eliminating Hitler. The attack, which failed due to various circumstances, consisted of placing a bomb in the Fhürer's bunker (1944). The plan also provided for the creation of a shadow government that would take over Germany after the dictator's death.
The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
Amsterdam, July 1942. In order to escape from the Gestapo, the Frank family hides in Mr. Krater's attic. There they will live with another group of Jews: the Van Daan family. Everything will be reflected in the diary of Frank's little daughter.
The Wave (2008)
In Germany, during the project week, the Rainer Wenger (Jürgen Vogel) institute professor comes up with an experiment to explain to his students the operation of a totalitarian regime. In just a few days, what seemed an innocuous test based on discipline and the feeling of community is drifting towards a situation over which the teacher loses all control.
Hitler: The Reign of Evil (2003)
After the fall of the Weimar Republic (1919-1933) and the introduction of Nazism, Hitler realizes that it is necessary to find a culprit to which to attribute Germany's dreadful economic crisis: the Jews were the scapegoat. That was how the Germans, victims of an irrational fear, threw themselves into the arms of one man. In 1933, Adolf Hitler rose to power after winning the elections overwhelmingly.
The great dictator (1940)
A humble Jewish barber has an amazing resemblance to the dictator of Tomania, a tyrant who blames the Jews for the critical situation in the country. One day, his own guards confuse him with the barber and take him to a concentration camp. At the same time, they confuse the poor barber with the tyrant.
Berlin, 1942. Friedrich, 16, who has just finished elementary school and is a skilled amateur boxer, dreams of being someone in life. His chance comes when he looks at him during a boxing match by a friendly young man who is a professor at an elite school of the Nazis and helps Friedrich to enter the center. There, the young teacher becomes Friedric's mentor, who helps support the rigor of a school subject to strict discipline. Among Friedrich's new friends is Albrecht, the son of a senior official. Albrecht, a fragile boy who prefers to develop his mind more than his body, is critical of the Nazi ideology that is intended to instill in the minds of students.
Enemy at the gates (2001)
While the armies of Germany and the Soviet Union fight fiercely and the world anxiously awaits the outcome of the battle of Stalingrad, a Russian sniper, Vassili Zaitsev, perseveres in the enterprise of eliminating his enemies one by one. Danilov - the officer in charge of Soviet propaganda - makes him a national hero who should serve as an example to encourage troops to continue the fight against the German army. The Germans, meanwhile, send their best sniper, Major König, to eliminate Vassili.
Without Destiny (2005)
Semi-autobiographical story about a 14-year-old Jewish boy from Budapest who, in 1944, was separated from his family and sent to the Nazi concentration camps of Auschwitz and Buchhenwald ... Debut in the direction of the famous director of photography Lajos Kolati, with a script no less than Nobel laureate Imre Kertész about his own novel.
World War II, 1941. The Jews of Eastern Europe are being massacred thousands. In occupied Belarus, the Bielski brothers (Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber and Jamie Bell) manage to escape certain death and take refuge in the lush, familiar forests that surround their home. From then on, they will fight not only for their own survival against the Nazis, but they will save thousands of people. As rumors spread about their surrender and courage, other people of all kinds and conditions join them and are willing to risk everything for a moment of freedom.
The forgers (2007)
Berlin, 1936. Sorowitsch (Karl Markovics), the king of counterfeiters, is an unscrupulous Jew who believes that "the fastest way to earn money is to make money" and is not at all worried about what is happening to his around, not even the situation of the Jews. However, when war breaks out, he is arrested and taken to a Nazi concentration camp, where he is forced to work with other counterfeiters. Its mission: to manufacture sterling pounds and American dollars. In return, their living conditions are better than those of other prisoners. However, this situation poses a serious moral dilemma for some: cooperating with their executioners means prolonging the war and facilitating the victory of Nazi Germany.
The Reader (2008)
Germany after World War II (1939-1945). Michael Berg (David Kross), a fifteen-year-old boy, loses consciousness while returning from school. Hanna Schmitz (Kate Winslet), a serious and reserved woman who doubles her age, picks him up and takes him home. Between them there is a passionate and secret idyll that is interrupted by Hanna's mysterious disappearance. Eight years later, being a law student, Michael sees her again, but in a situation he could never have imagined.
Band Of Brothers (TV Miniseries, 2001)
10-episode TV miniseries based on Stephen E. Ambrose's "Band Of Brothers" bestseller. It tells the story of the Easy Company, an American battalion of the 506 paratrooper regiment that fought in Europe during World War II (1939-1945). It includes interviews with survivors, memories of journalists and letters from soldiers.
The final solution (2001)
On January 20, 1942, Nazi party leaders and German government officials held a secret meeting outside Berlin to plan the so-called "final solution," that is, the extermination of the Jews. This film is a historical reenactment of the Wannsee Conference, chaired by Reinhard Heydrich, general of the SS and chief responsible for the security of the Third Reich.
The great evasion (1963)
World War II (1939-1945). A group of English and North American officers who are prisoners in a Nazi concentration camp, propose to organize a leak in which two hundred and fifty prisoners will be involved. To carry out their plan they begin to dig three tunnels.
During World War II (1939-1945), Casablanca was a city that people from all over the world came to flee from Nazism: arriving was easy, but leaving was almost impossible, especially if the name of the fugitive was listed on the Gestapo lists . On this occasion the main objective of the German secret police is the Czech leader and resistance hero Victor Laszlo, whose only hope is Rick Blaine, owner of the 'Rick's Café' and former lover of his wife, Ilsa. When Ilsa offers to stay in exchange for a visa to get Laszlo out of the country, Rick must choose between his own happiness or the idealism that ruled his life in the past.
How far my feet take me (2001)
It tells the incredible and eternal journey that German soldier Clemens Forell undertook in his dramatic escape from a Siberian concentration camp after World War II. Through the harsh Siberian winter, and with the only obsession of returning with his family, Forell has to go, step by step, a difficult road to reach Iran and thus be able to save his life and achieve freedom.
Illusions of a liar (1999)
Akob was the owner of a popular café in the Jewish quarter of a town in Poland. After the occupation, he survives as he can in the ghetto implanted by the Nazi army, before running the same fate as his wife, killed in a concentration camp. One day, by chance and being close to a German officer, he hears the news on a radio, which is nothing favorable for Hitler. After telling others, everyone believes that Jakob has a radio, at which point he decides to invent news. Remake of the German film "Jakob, the Liar", directed in 1975 by Frank Beyer
Adolf Eichmann became a key figure of the Nazi holocaust by being in charge of coordinating the transport of Jews to concentration camps. When the regime fell, this war criminal fled to Argentina where he led a normal life in anonymity, for 15 years, until his arrest. The film tells the final confessions that Eichmann made to Captain Avner Less, during the long trial he was subjected to before his execution in Israel.
The Gray Zone (2001)
On October 7, 1944, the Jewish sonderkommandos (the prisoners kept separate from the rest and working in the operation of the gas chambers and crematoriums) of Auschwitz organized an uprising. The guilt of these men, who also receive a 'favor treatment' from the Nazis, will lead them to consider a mutiny as a form of redemption. The prisoners had managed to extract explosives from a weapons factory and used them to partially destroy crematorium IV and try to escape the confusion. The 250 prisoners were captured and immediately executed.
Hart's War (2002)
During World War II, Hart (Colin Farrell) a good family officer and law student at Yale, is captured by the Germans. A few days after being interrogated, he is sent as a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. Once there, the American colonel in command among the prisoners (Bruce Willis) asks if he has given information to the enemy. Hart denies it, and is not accepted in the barracks of the officers ... To be a Bruce Willis film, it did not work at the box office as expected; barely reached 20 million dollars in the US, a figure that the famous protagonist of "La jungal de cristal" charges per movie.
Twelve of the gallows (1967)
Commander Reisman is an American officer who has distinguished himself for his courage in the campaign of Italy, during World War II. Despite this, its greatest virtue is not discipline; hence, relations with their superiors are rather tense. However, due to his brilliant military record, they do not hesitate to entrust him with a suicide mission: assault a Nazi fortress and kill its occupants, all of them high-ranking regime commanders. For this, he will have to undergo a very hard training of twelve inmates.
Rebels of Swing (1993)
Germany, 1939. When Adolf Hitler is about to lead his country to war, imposing a tough discipline that denies individual freedom, groups of young Germans, excited by the political passion and message of freedom of American swing music, They rebel against that order. Known as the "Swing Boys", they mimic the latest English and American fashion: they wear overcoats, mushroom hats, black umbrellas and long hair. His passion for the exuberance of dance is based on a great knowledge of music, and what begins as an innocent youth rebellion becomes a dangerous political rebellion against the threatening Nazi tide.
Evasion or victory (1981)
World War II, 1943. The commander of the Gensdorff concentration camp (Max von Sydow), who before the war had been part of the German soccer team, is interested in a group of prisoners who practice this sport. He then comes up with the idea of organizing a party in which a German team and a team of prisoners of war face each other. Although at first allies reject the proposal, in the end they accept the challenge.
The Iron Cross (1977)
World War II (1939-1945). On the eastern front, a squad of German soldiers, led by a tough officer, faces the fearsome hordes of the Russian army. The German squad is led by respected Sergeant Steiner (James Coburn), but he will also have to deal with the suicide decisions of Captain Stransky (Maximilian Schell), an officer who seeks glory at any cost ... "The Iron Cross "It was Peckinpah's only foray into war cinema, and it was filmed from the point of view of the Germans. Supporter of showing violence in all its crudeness, as a manifestation of a natural instinct of man, made more than enough merits to earn the nickname "the bloodthirsty Sam."
TV miniseries 6 episodes Between 1935 and 1945, the world witnessed one of the most monstrous crimes in history: the murder of six million Jews in the Nazi death camps. This atrocity is shown in this movie through the eyes of the Weiss family. Dr. Josef Weiss, of Polish nationality, his wife and three children, are sentenced to death for the simple fact of being Jews. Meanwhile, Eric Dorf, a poor but ambitious man, manages to rise rapidly within the SS until he becomes a collaborator of the top perpetrators of the crimes of the Third Reich: Himmler, Eichmann and the architects of Jewish extermination.
The music box (1989)
A Hungarian immigrant (Armin Mueller-Stahl), based in the United States since the end of World War II, is accused of being a Nazi war criminal. His daughter Ann (Jessica Lange), a prestigious lawyer, convinced of her innocence, decides to take care of her defense personally.
Two systems: on the one hand, the Nazi machinery and, on the other, the diplomacy of the Vatican and the Allies. But two men fight from within. The first is Kurt Gerstein (real character), a chemist and member of the SS who is responsible for supplying Ziklon B gas to death camps. But that does not prevent him from denouncing the Nazi crimes to the allies, the Pope and even the members of the German Church to which he belongs, thus playing his life and that of his family. The second, Ricardo, is a young Jesuit who represents all the priests who knew how to oppose barbarism, paying many times with his own life. Kurt Gerstein knew what was happening and wanted the whole world to know it too. The film denounces the indifference of all those who knew what was happening and decided to shut up.
Smiles and tears (1965)
Austria, 1938. Maria is a cheerful novice who leaves the abbey to become the governess of the seven children of a retired military man, Captain von Trapp, a widower for a short time. The house of von Trapp works as a barracks, but Maria manages to return the joy to the children and earn their respect and affection.
Children of the same God (2001)
While Nazi assault troops enter Krakow, Poland, in the fall of 1943, Romek (Haley Joel Osment). eleven years old, he is helped to escape from his Jewish family, sentenced to death, by a farmer who agrees to hide him. Hidden in a sack of potatoes, Romek's adventure begins. The farmer, Gniecio, clandestinely takes Romek to his small town, east of Poland. Although he presents him as a distant relative, it won't be long before the family discovers the Jewish origin of Romek. Intelligent and sensitive, Romek is hated by Vladek, son of the twelve-year-old family and appreciated by the pious little son, Tolo. The local priest (Willem Dafoe) prepares Romek to embrace the Catholic religion while respecting his Jewish heritage, which Romek must ignore if he wants to save his life.
Eva Braun, a life with Hitler (2007)
Hitler seen through the eyes and the camera of Eva Braun, his lover, with whom he had a secret romance from 1932 until his joint suicide in April 1945. This documentary mounted from images and unpublished home movies filmed by Eva Braun, It is a true "making of" in color about the life of the Führer and its surroundings. A unique perspective on the private life and intimate friends of the Nazi dictator.
Winners or losers? / The Nuremberg Trial (1961)
In 1948, three years after the end of World War II (1939-1945), four judges, accomplices of the Nazi policy of sterilization and ethnic cleansing, will be tried in Nuremberg. On Dan Haywood (Spencer Tracy), a retired American judge, falls the important responsibility of presiding over this trial against Nazi war crimes
The Children of Brazil (1978)
Doctor Josef Mengele, a well-known member of the German Nazi party, takes refuge in Brazil after the fall of the Third Reich. There, with the collaboration of a group of young Nazi militants, he decides to continue his aberrant experiments. American Barry Kohler contacts Ezra Liebermann, a Nazi hunter, whose investigations lead him to discover Mengele's chilling plan.
The canyons of Navarone (1961)
During World War II (1939-1945), the Germans dominate the waters of the Mediterranean thanks to an effective defense system that the allies cannot counteract. The cause of German superiority is the fortress of Navarone, which, thanks to its gigantic canyons, closes the passage to navigation through the Aegean Sea.
Sophie's decision (1982)
Summer 1947. Stingo, a young aspiring writer, settles in a family pension in Brooklyn. Your peace of mind will soon be disturbed by the terrible discussion of a couple who lives upstairs. When he meets lovers, he is captivated by his charm and sympathy. She, Sophie Zawistowska, is a beautiful Polish and Catholic emigrant. He, Nathan Landau, a charming and unbalanced Jewish scientist. Gradually, Stingo becomes his best friend. Sophie, daughter of an illustrious Polish professor, survived the Auschwitz death camp, but lives tormented by her past.
Europe, Europe (1990)
When World War II broke out, Solomon Perel, a young Polish Jew, was admitted to a Soviet orphanage. He was later recruited by the Germans, who did not know his identity, and involuntarily became a hero of the Nazi army.
Shoah "(" annihilation "in the Hebrew language) is a review of the memory of the Holocaust in the first person. The victims, the witnesses, all those who lived the horror and can, forcing themselves to remember, return to the present a reality that should not fall In oblivion
The triumph of the will (1935)
Germany, 1934. Adolf Hitler had just come to power a year earlier. In Nuremberg the National Socialist party celebrates a triumphalist and patriotic congress in which the racial and national values of the German Aryan people are exalted.
The White Ribbon (2009)
In 1913, on the eve of the Great War (1914-1918), unexplained accidents disturb the quiet life of a Protestant people in northern Germany.
The train (1964)
When there are few days left before the allies liberate Paris, the Nazis load the most valuable paintings of the French capital on a train to send them to Germany, but a group of partisans will do everything possible to prevent the train from leaving with their precious merchandise.
Goodbye Boys (1987)
Winter of 1943. During the German occupation of France, in a Catholic boarding school for boys, Julian, a thirteen-year-old boy, is impressed by the personality of Bonnet, a new classmate who enters school after the course starts.
Uprising / Rebellion in Poland (2001)
Warsaw, September 1939. 350,000 Jews are confined by the Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto, a small area, where they are condemned to get sick and starve to death. Seeing how most of their friends and family die at the hands of German soldiers, some Jews create a resistance group: the Jewish Struggle Organization (OLJ), founded by professors Mordechai Anielewicz (Hank Azaria), Yitzhak Zuckerman (David Schimmer) and the young Tosia Altman (Leelee Sobieski).
Hamburg, 1963. After the suicide of an old Jew, his newspaper falls into the hands of Peter Miller, a young freelance journalist. This is a testimony of the inconceivable and cruel crimes committed by the captain of the SS Eduard Roschmann, commander of the infamous death camp in Riga (Latvia). Apparently, Roschmann lives somewhere in Hamburg with a false identity, but Miller is determined to find it anyway.
To be or not to be (1942)
World War II (1939-1945). Warsaw during the German occupation. Professor Siletsky, a spy at the service of the Gestapo, is about to deliver a list with the name of the Resistance collaborators. Joseph Tura, Polish actor, interpreter of Hamlet and husband of Maria Tura, also known actress, will try to avoid it. With the help of his company's actors, he will impersonate the cruel Colonel Erhardt and Siletsky to enter the SS headquarters.
The night of the generals (1966)
In Warsaw, during the first days of the German occupation, a prostitute is savagely murdered. A witness maintains that the murderer is a German general whose face he has not been able to see, but the uniform. Major Grau, in charge of the case, must investigate three generals who lack an alibi.
Berlin, 1930s. The Nazi party dominates a city where love, dance and music mix in the nightlife of Kit Kat Club. A magical refuge where the young Sally Bowles and a fun master of ceremonies make forget the sorrows of life.
Germany, year zero (1948)
Edmund, a twelve-year-old boy, tries to survive the harsh conditions of the German post-war period, especially in Berlin, a city that has been completely demolished after World War II.
Dead Snow (2009)
A group of friends, all young snowboarders, had everything they needed to spend a great holiday in the mountains: cabin, skiing, snowmobiling, sledding, large amounts of beer and a lot of unleashed hormone. But what they didn't have was that they were going to suffer the attacks of some terrible and implacable zombies that were once Nazi soldiers.
The Brest Fortress (2010)
A warlike drama that portrays the harsh living conditions of Russian troops, after the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union with its "Operation Barbarossa" in June 1941.
The eagle has arrived (1976)
In 1943, in the middle of World War II, a German command formed by 16 paratroopers plans to kidnap the English Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, during his stay in a town in Norfolk County. The mission has been entrusted to Colonel Steiner, whose death sentence for his opposition to the Jewish genocide has been suspended, and to the Irishman Liam Davlin. Paratroopers land in England and head towards the town dressed in Polish uniforms. Everything goes according to plan; It remains only to await the arrival of Churchill.
Christopher and his kind (2010)
Based on the memoirs of writer Christopher Isherwood. Fascinating vision of the decadent and politically unstable world of Berlin in the 1930s. Christopher, a young hornet, flees from the repressive English society and arrives in Berlin at the moment when cabaret shows are in full swing. He will then undertake an initiatory journey into the gay world.
After World War II (1939-1945), Alicia Huberman's father, a Nazi spy, is convicted of treason against the United States. After the trial, Alicia gives a party in which a handsome stranger named Devlin appears. This is an agent of the Intelligence services that demands his collaboration to catch Alexander Sebastian, the brain of the Nazis in Brazil. At first he is reluctant, but finally agrees, above all, because he has fallen in love with the attractive American agent. Once in Brazil, Alicia earns Sebastian's sympathy and goes to live at home. But his involvement in the matter ends up endangering his life.
Max Manus (2008)
"Max Manus" is based on the true story of Max Manus, leader of the Norwegian resistance, and tells his life from the beginning of World War II until the summer of 1945 when peace is reached. After fighting the Russians in Finnish lands, Max returns to Norway, which has been occupied by the Germans. Soon, he joins the resistance movement and becomes one of the most important members of the so-called Oslo Group, led by Gunnar Sønsteby. Selected by Norway as a 2010 Oscar nominee in the non-English film category.
Time to love, time to die (1958)
During World War II (1939-1945), a German soldier who fights on the Russian front obtains a permit to return to Germany. After verifying that his house has been bombed, he undertakes the search for his missing parents; at the same time, he meets the daughter of a political prisoner and falls in love with her.
The Fall of the Gods (1969)
Chronicle on the vicissitudes of the Essenbeck, a family of the German high bourgeoisie that owns an important steel company. The story extends from the Reichstag fire (1933) to the "Night of the Long Knives" (1934), during which the slaughter of the SA members took place. After the rise to power of National Socialism, the family discusses what position it should take with respect to the new regime. Only one of its members, Herbert, refuses to support him, especially in the wake of the German Parliament fire, which is why he will have to flee leaving his wife and daughters in Germany. The Essenbecks cannot avoid being involved in the power struggles between the different Nazi factions.
Marathon Man (1976)
In New York, Babe Levy (Dustin Hoffman), a university student who is doing a PhD at Columbia University and who spends part of his free time preparing to run marathons, meets Elsa, a strange Swiss woman with whom he begins a relationship loving
The Town Creek Massacre (2009)
In 1936, the Wollners, a family of German immigrants living in Town Creek (Maryland), received instructions from the Third Reich to host Professor Richard Wirth. The family, who needed money, accepted the proposal. What they ignored is that they would be forced to participate in an esoteric experiment related to pre-Columbian Viking runes. In 2007, two brothers go to Town Creek with the intention of unraveling the mystery that surrounds the Wollners.
A particular day (1977)
On May 6, 1938, Hitler visits Rome. It is a holiday for fascist Italy, which turns to the reception. In a neighboring house there is only the doorkeeper, a housewife, Antonietta, and Gabriele, who fears the police for some unknown reason. Apart from the political celebration, Antonietta and Gabriele establish a very special emotional relationship that allows them to escape for a few hours from the sadness and monotony of everyday life.
The Stranger (1946)
Wilson, an agent of the war crimes commission, is looking for Franz Kindler, one of the brains of the Nazi death camps, who has managed to flee without leaving traces. Following the trail of an old comrade from Kindler, he arrives at Harper (Connecticut), where he is killed before he can identify the fugitive. The only clue he has left is the fascination of the Nazi criminal with antique clocks.
This land is mine (1943)
Arthur (Charles Laughton), a shy and very cowardly French professor, recovers courage and dignity by delivering a fiery speech about freedom during the trial he is subjected to for a murder he did not commit. Louise Martin (Maureen O'Hara) has a brother who takes part in sabotages against the Nazis. George Lambert (George Sanders), on the other hand, collaborates with the Germans because he thinks that this is the only way to achieve peace and security.
Traitor in Hell (1953)
During World War II, in a German prison camp, some six hundred American sergeants share barracks 17. On Christmas Eve, two of them are about to escape, but are discovered and executed by German soldiers who were on the prowl. The prisoners begin to suspect that in the barracks there is a traitor who informs the Nazis and they conclude that that traitor is Sergeant Sefton, a rather cynical and phlegmatic man, who lives quite well on the basis of exchanging provisions with the German soldiers
During World War II, eight survivors of a ship that has been torpedoed share a lifeboat. They will also pick up a Nazi who is about to drown, which will cause various tensions among the crew.
Special Section (1975)
August 1941. The Vichy government has created a Special Section whose objective is the execution of scapegoats to placate the wrath of the Nazis when a German officer is killed by the Resistance. The victims, four communists and two randomly chosen Jews, will be tried by a corrupt court. While a young magistrate tries to assert his political influences to get the pardon, one of the defendants, a journalist from L'Humanitè, publicly denounces the court for his submission to the occupation forces.
Operation Cicero (1952)
Turkey was officially neutral during World War II, but in reality it served as a meeting point for the spies of the belligerent powers, who were looking for an opportunity to exchange military secrets. A complex case of espionage, in which German and English were involved, was about to change the course of the war, tilting the balance on the side of the powers of the Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis. Diello (James Mason), an ambitious character who was secretary of the English ambassador, drew up a risky plan to sell British secrets to the Nazis and then flee to South America.
Conspiracy in Berlin (1966)
Neo-Nazi organizations are increasingly strong in the German capital. The British Intelligence service sends the Quiller agent to Berlin to replace a colleague who has just been killed. Quiller will have to stop Oktober, the band's boss, and his dangerous minions. To do this, she will have the help of Inge, a school teacher.
The truce (1997)
The repatriation of a group of Italian survivors, from the Auschwitz death camp, becomes, for reasons never clarified, an anguishing odyssey.
To have and not to have (1944)
World War II (1939-1945). Harry Morgan and Eddie are two sailors who are on the island of Martinique, hopelessly waiting for a ship to hire them. In the end, they will be forced to work for the Resistance.
Massacre: Come and See (1985)
Custom film to celebrate the forty anniversary of the Allied victory in World War II, tells through the eyes of a child progressively hardened by suffering, the systematic killing of the inhabitants of the Belarusian villages during the war.
The lender (1964)
A survivor of the Jewish extermination runs a loan shop in the New York neighborhood of Harlem. The spooky and painful memories of the death camp completely dominate his life.
Executioners also die (1943)
On May 27, 1942, a victim of an attack by Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Nazi government in Prague, died. Dr. Franz Svoboda, member of the Resistance and material author of the attack, hides in Professor Novotny's house.
A death row inmate has escaped (1956)
April 1943, in the middle of World War II. Fontaine, a 27-year-old member of the French Resistance, who fights against the Nazi occupation, is arrested by the Gestapo for questioning.
Kung Fury (2015)
It tells the story of a renegade policeman (named Kung Fury) who persecutes his archenemy (Hitler) through time. Action comedy that pays tribute to the eighties cinema. It includes dinosaurs, Nazis, Vikings and robots.