Historical Drama | Israel & Germany (2016) | 84 minutes
SHOWTIME: FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1:00 PM (German & Polish with English Subtitles)
In 1946, Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Hoss, the longest serving commander of the Auschwitz concentration camp, was discovered by British troops in Germany disguised as a gardener. Shortly after the former commandant was taken to the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg he was handed over to the Supreme National Tribunal in Poland where he was sentenced to death by hanging. The film takes place during Hoss’s interrogation by a young Polish investigative judge who is appointed to obtain a full confession. Based on the autobiography written by Hoss, this film recreates the final interrogation of this infamous Nazi before his execution.
Sponsors: Gutterman Warheit Memorial Chapel
Partner: NEXT GENERATIONS