Zeevi not only has found himself five incredible subjects, but he's woven his film together so that their experiences and opinions are studies in contrasts and commonalities. is a unique documentary film that reveals, for the first time, the ways in which family members of high rank senior Nazi officers from Hitler’s inner circle struggle with the burden of carrying a terror-inducing surname. | Rating: 2/5 A film whose core is a haunting question: When parents are monstrous, where does filial love begin and end? The percentage of Approved Tomatometer Critics who have given this movie a positive review. Ever since the end of World War II in 1945, stories have existed about the suffering that those who had been in concentration camps or in the numerous Ghettos of Europe had to endure. The documentary film Hitler's Children is set to begin screening in America in 2013, following an initial debut in 2011 on Israeli television, an appearance at various film festivals, and broadcast on the BBC in the UK. Get a weekly digest of our critical highlights in your inbox each Thursday! J.R. 'Bob' Dobbs & The Church of the SubGenius, Fall TV First Look: Find Out What’s Coming, The Best Peacock Original Shows and Movies, All Upcoming Disney Movies: New Disney Live-Action, Animation, Pixar, Marvel, and More. “I think that must be the only reason I exist,” his son explained. Seems like such an obvious topic for a film that it's surprising no one else has made it before..Raises issues that never get old. During detailed interviews, families such as Goering, Himmler, Hoess amongst others, share the feelings of guilt and responsibility that accompany them in their daily lives. | Rating: B+ Countless films and documentaries have been made to expose the horrors inflicted on those who were imprisoned in concentration camps, and to help document the suffering so that the past won't be repeated. This 5-part documentary by Guido Knopp and the ZDF Contemporary History Department is the first comprehensive film portrayal of the young people in the Third Reich. “What would you do if you met your grandfather?” Hoess's grandson, perhaps caught up in the moment, girded his loins and gave them the answer they and no doubt he wanted to hear: “I will kill himself myself.” A survivor of the camp who preaches reconciliation wanted to shake his hand. Survivor stories have appeared in film, documentaries, on television, in print, and elsewhere. Q&A Special: Actor Bruno Ganz on playing Hitler, DVD: Speer and Hitler: The Devil's Architect, Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You, Apple TV+ review - his new album is a matter of life and death, Roadkill, BBC One review - David Hare pokes under the floorboards of the Conservative party, Taskmaster, Channel 4 review - comedy show makes seamless transfer, Emily in Paris, Netflix review - addictive escapism in the City of Light, Enslaved with Samuel L Jackson, BBC Two review - ambitious history of the slave trade falls short, Brave New World, Sky 1 review - Aldous Huxley's novel doesn't look very happy on TV, Black Classical Music: The Forgotten History, BBC Four review - sounds to treasure, Bernard Haitink: The Enigmatic Maestro, BBC Two review - saying goodbye with Bruckner, The Movies: The Seventies review - a mirror on malaise, A Special School, BBC Wales review - heartwarming film about special needs education, Extinction: The Facts, BBC One review - David Attenborough tells a devastating story, The Singapore Grip, ITV review - colonial clichés.