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Reuters: Film on Nazi hunter Wiesenthal debuts in Berlin

By Indiewire | Indiewire February 11, 2007 at 6:42AM

Simon Wiesenthal spent over half a century tracking down Nazi war criminals in a quest to deliver justice for the victims of Hitler's terror. Now, just over a year after his death, a new film looks back on his amazing journey from concentration camp survivor to world-renowned super-sleuth, examining the charismatic and controversial man behind the headlines. Cut from thousands of hours of archive footage and interviews, "I Have Never Forgotten You - The Life and Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal" describes the personal suffering that motivated Wiesenthal to dedicate his life to the pursuit of his Nazi tormentors. Noah Barkin reports.
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Simon Wiesenthal spent over half a century tracking down Nazi war criminals in a quest to deliver justice for the victims of Hitler's terror. Now, just over a year after his death, a new film looks back on his amazing journey from concentration camp survivor to world-renowned super-sleuth, examining the charismatic and controversial man behind the headlines. Cut from thousands of hours of archive footage and interviews, "I Have Never Forgotten You - The Life and Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal" describes the personal suffering that motivated Wiesenthal to dedicate his life to the pursuit of his Nazi tormentors. Noah Barkin reports.







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