Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 39 min.
Nazi Veit Harlan is widely regarded as one of Germany's most controversial filmmakers, and in this documentary director Felix Moeller profiles this master of propaganda, chronicling his life and film career, particularly the works he made during the Holocaust. Additionally, Moeller uses candid interviews with Harlan's descendants, examining the impact of the Third Reich and World War II, and the undeniable effect Harlan's life and work had on future generations.
Director: Felix Moeller