Journey to JusticeCHF 23.00 / EUR 21.00
Journey to Justice tells the story of Howard Triest, a German Jew who fled Nazi Germany in 1939 when he was 16-years old, returned as an American soldier and then served as an interpreter during the Nuremberg Trial. He came face-to-face with imprisoned Nazi leaders who were co-responsible for the death of six million Jews, including Howard's parents at Auschwitz. In 1947 he bought a 16mm camera and filmed the ruins of Munich. This unique document is as bonus material on the DVD in its complete version. Parts of it are embedded in the actual film which tells the story from the viewpoint of 83 year old Howard Triest who is returning to Germany with his son Brent to visit the places of his past.
Journey to Justice, directed by Steve Palackdharry, USA 2006
Munich – Capital of Bavaria, directed by Howard Triest, USA 1947 (37')
Howard Triest beim Filmfest München 2006, 2008 (14')
4 page booklet with essays by Hans Messias & Steve Palackdharry
Edition Filmmuseum 42
Language English | Deutsch Subitles deutsch | english
Screen 1:1.78 - 16/9 PAL | 1:1.37 - 16/9 PAL
Sound DD 2.0 FSK 14+ Region code All regions
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