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Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary back to product details

Hindsight
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written by Bower February 28, 2005 - 11:43 AM PST
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
This very simple film captures the complexities and vulnerabilities of its subject and its audience. Traudle Junge's account of her experiences as Hitler's secretary is simple and human and relevant. Through the telling of her own memories of Hitler, and of his final days, the audience gains a new understanding of how the atrocities of the Holocaust have affected the German people. Junge's quiet revelation at the film's end serves as a potent reminder that ignorance and apathy are not excuses at any age.


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