The Collini Case15

Director: Marco Kreuzpaintner | Germany | 2021 | 2h 3m | German & Italian w/ English subtitles | Starring Elyas M’Barek, Franco Nero, Alexandra Maria Lara

A 70-year old man is accused, apparently without motive, of murdering a respected businessman. Hoping to launch his budding career, a rookie defence lawyer takes on the case which soon becomes one of Germany’s most high-profile lawsuits after stumbling upon a vast Nazi conspiracy. Based on an internationally bestselling novel, this masterful courtroom drama digs deep into the history of Germany and the Second World War.


‘Tense…A time-twisty adaptation of former lawyer Ferdinand von Schirach’s bestselling novel makes for gripping viewing’
Simran Hans, The Observer

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