With its ghost-like and dreamy cinematography, Aleksandr Sokurov, Anatoli Rodionov and Alexei Fyodorov paints a interesting, humorous and disturbing portrait of Adolf Hitler and his mistress Eva Braun.
An oddly tender portrait of Hitler- the vegetarian, the hypochondriac, the artist. After all the monstrosities, the inhumanities, he was just a man. Interesting to see him in this light, so broken down and vulnerable. Plus, there's such a wonderfully eerie atmosphere to this film, something I've not experienced before.
The first movie i ever watched that portrays Adolf Hitler as a human being. For that it is interesting. And for the stunning cinematography, too. But still it failed to call my attention. I often felt distracted and was wishing for more interesting dialogues.