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Klaus (Günter Meisner of The Boys of Brazil) is an ex-Nazi, a doctor whose war-time post in a concentration camp enabled him to commit the most appalling sex crimes against boys. After the war, living incognito in Spain, he again gives in to his depraved desires, until shame and despair drive him to an unsuccessful suicide attempt. Now confined to his room and kept alive on an iron lung, he is ministered to by his resentful wife Griselda (Marisa Paredes of All About my Mother) and her daughter Rena (Gisela Echevarina). Into this environment comes Angelo (David Sust), a strange, handsome young man who offers his services as a nurse. Against Griselda's judgment, Klaus insists that the visitor be allowed to take the post. A perverse relationship develops between Angelo and Klaus, becoming ever more macabre as Angelo reveals he has found diaries detailing his employer's war-time activities. Words turn to deeds, Klaus's shame turns once again to desire, and a new spate of killings begin.
I debated a long time before purchasing this film based on all the reviews. I had never heard of it before. Read morePublished 7 months ago by mark norvell
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This is a dark story of a boy's revenge on a predator. I looked at this film twice to get all the nuances in the film and put all bthe pieces together. This was worth nthe money.Published on February 27, 2013 by Martin
I watch a lot of horror, suspense and psycho-thriller types of films. This one was a hard one to get through. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Guy Bombardo
This special edition has a lot of advantages: the main film itself on disc 1 is OK; good picture quality and subtitles not hardcoded. Read morePublished on January 22, 2012 by ljml46
Banned in Australia for almost 28 years despite several attempts (even recently) to get it classified. Read morePublished on November 7, 2011 by Peter M