Hitler: The Last Ten Days

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Released 1973

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Director:
Ennio De Concini
Released:
1973
Rating:
PG
Hitler: The Last Ten Days is the story of Adolf Hitler's last days played by Alec Guinness. The film begins with Hitler celebrating his fifty-sixth birthday and then documents the next ten days of his life. In the movie, Hitler spends many of his final days in his Berlin Bunker surrounded by several members of the Third Reich elite. The elite include Haumptmann Hoffman (Simon Ward), General Krebs (Adolfo Cell), and Josef Goebbels (John Bennett). The bunker is collapsing as Russia and the Allied forces close in on it, and Hitler refuses to leave. Besides only the Third Reich elite in the bunker with Hitler, Eva Braun (Doris Kunstmann) is also in it satisfying Hitler, her lover; and the movie even shows an intimate scene between the two. Directed by Ennio De Concini, this 1973 Italian flick culminates with a surprise as the bunker cannot take much more damage from the Allied forces.

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