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FATHERLAND
1994

poster

T.V. FILM

Director:
Christopher Menaul

Language:
English

Running Time: 106'

Main Cast :
Rutger Hauer - Xavier March
Miranda Richardson - Charlie Maguire
Peter Vaughan - General Arthur Nebe
John Shrapnel - Odilo “Globus” Globocznik
Michael Kitchen - Jaeger
John Woodvine - Franz Luther
Clive Russell - Krebs
Clare Higgins - Klara
Charles De'Ath - Fake Porter
Jean Marsh - Anna Von Hagen
Garrick Hagon - Elliot
Jan Kohout - US President
Petronella Q. Barker - Guide Helga

Screenplay:
Ron Hutchinson from a novel by Robert Harris

Awards and Nominations:
1995 - Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a           Supporting Role.
1995 - Golden Globe Nomination for Rutger as Best Performance.
1995 - Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Individual           Achievement/Special Visual Effects, 1995.

Plot:
Berlin, 1964. A nightmare scenario: Hitler has won the war and the entire Europe is under Germania's control. Plans to celebrate Hitler's 75th birthday are going on. The cold war between U.S. and Germania is about to end. An SS detective and an American reporter, by pure chance, start working together on the same case - a series of mysterious deaths amongst high rank members of the Third Reich.
Soon they discover that the solution of this enigma could reveal terrible secrets, war crimes which have been hidden for years from the public opinion. They must bring these secrets out before it's too late, and try to stop the diplomatic relations between the U.S. and German Presidents. What price will they have to pay to accomplish this?

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