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coming to terms with shame and guilt in post-nazi Germany,
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This review is from: The Second Track (DVD)
I agree with the Carl B. Strange and Amos Lassen reviews. This is an excellent movie. It is in black & white and in the style of early 1960's films. I did occasionally feel as if I were watching a Hitchcock film - maybe "The Birds" - but for me, that was only the visual style.
The film was well-developed with a good pace, exccellent actors and well-established plot development. It was thought-provoking and for me, unique in it's willingness to tackle the topic of examining the German population as they look at themselves after the end of World War II.
It was interesting that the villain here does not look very Arian, though.