Albert Speer was closer to the Fuhrer than any other henchman—yet he literally got away with mass murder. How do such things happen?
He’s rewritten his pre-“Angels in America” play “A Bright Room Called Day” to take damning account of the Trump era. Plus, all women together in “Fefu and Her Friends.”
The talented New Zealand filmmaker behind “Boy” and “Thor: Ragnarok” opens up about playing a wacky Hitler and why “Jojo Rabbit” is the furthest thing from sympathetic to Nazis.
Save for a handful of its Gestapo caricatures, the Nazis in writer-director Taika Waititi’s latest are nothing short of likable, entertaining and inherently decent.
There are so, so many exciting films coming out this fall. Here are the best of the bunch, from an Oscar-worthy divorce saga to the reunion of Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro.
Zygmunt Nagorski served in the Polish army that fought Hitler’s invasion in 1939. Time and again throughout the war, he survived, even as he lost family and friends.
First they had to get rid of the Jew. Then the dictators could make their devils’ pact allowing Hitler’s blitzkrieg to begin. A lesson in the danger of tyrants and their mania.