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The Devil’s Confession: The Lost Eichmann Tapes

In previously unheard bombshell audiotapes, the architect of Hitler’s Final Solution boasts about his role and motives during the Holocaust. Six decades after his trial and execution in Israel, these long-hidden recordings surface of Adolf Eichmann talking with a Dutch Nazi journalist in 1957 Argentina. Before facing justice, the candid admissions expose Eichmann’s visceral antisemitism and zeal for mass murder, contradicting his later claims that he was merely a functionary following orders. Investigative filmmaker Yariv Mozer, who tracked down the original recordings, posits why the evidence was concealed during trial. Staged reenactments of Eichmann’s own chilling words, as well as colorized courtroom footage, offer a dramatic rebuttal to notions of the banality of evil.
WHY WE LIKE THIS FILM: An extraordinary film from one of Israel’s best documentarians. You might think you know about the Eichmann trial, but you probably don’t know the full story that Mozer reveals. Screening in time for International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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Jan 19, 12:00 PM — Feb 25, 11:59 PM Central Standard Time (CST)

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YEAR: 2023
RUN TIME: 115 Minutes
LANGUAGE(S): English, German, Hebrew.
SUBTITLES: English

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DIRECTOR(S):Yariv Mozer

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