However, his timing is unfortunate, because the very next day is the 20 July assassination attempt. A further investigation shows that three generals do not have any alibi for that night: General Tanz, Maj. Morand is helping Major Grau in his investigation. Only German generals wear the red stripe. My Take on it — I came across this movie a few weeks ago and despite never hearing of it before, I was very intrigued by the somewhat unique premise. Morand confronts Tanz, recently released after serving 20 years as a war criminal, at a reunion dinner for Tanz's former.
The idea to have a murder investigation during a war is ingenious because it seems oxymoronic, but is explained so well here as to why it is being done. Kurt Hartmann is happening and Insp. On the night of 19 July 1944, Tanz orders his driver, Kurt Hartmann, to procure a prostitute; Tanz butchers her so as to implicate Hartmann, but offers Hartmann the chance to desert, which he accepts. The idea to have a Nazi officer investigate a murder during wartime and try to find justice for the victim even when the main suspects are his superiors just worked so well for me. Kurt Hartmann is happening and Insp.
The Night of the Generals 1967 movie : In 1942, a Polish prostitute and German agent, is murdered in Warsaw. While Grau is accusing Tanz face to face, word arrives that Hitler has survived, so Tanz kills Grau and labels him as one of the plot conspirators to cover his tracks. The idea to conduct a murder investigation during a war might seem somewhat idiotic or even oxymoronic if you think about it, but they explain it quite well why it is so important for the victim to get justice even in these kind of circumstances. Meanwhile, a plan for killing Hitler is plotted by his high command; a romance between Ulrike von Seydlitz-Gabler and Lance Cpl. In 1942 Warsaw, a Polish prostitute is murdered in a sadistic way. Justice cannot see the red stripe or the gold braid, but justice can sometimes hear the cry of a murdered woman.
There are four Generals who do not have alibis for that evening. As Major Grau gets close to them, he is promoted and sent to Paris. The Night of the Generals 1967 The Night of the Generals: In 1942 Warsaw, a Polish prostitute is murdered in a sadistic way. One night when you have time on your hand for an interesting 'Who-done-it' set during a war, this is your film. Meanwhile, a plan for killing Hitler is plotted by his high command; a romance between Ulrike von Seydlitz-Gabler and Lance Cpl. An eyewitness saw a German general leaving the building after a scream of the victim. Kahlenberge is deeply involved in the plot, while von Seidlitz-Gabler is aware of its existence but is sitting on the fence, awaiting the outcome.
However, if you have a takedown request or question, please contact me directly at blazingtrailers gmail. Kurt Hartmann Tom Courtenay a German witness. The story ends in 1965, in Hamburg, with another, similar crime. The last scenes of the film were shot in. Bottom Line — Really liked the idea of this movie. An eyewitness saw a German general leaving the building after a scream of the victim.
The three avoid direct contact with Major Grau and become potential suspects. Kurt Hartmann is happening and Insp. His character is so likable because he shows his integrity and duty to the victim no matter the situation. They believe, any day is a good day to catch a murderer. Eventually he is transferred with the case unsolved.
. That's when it gets additionally dramatic, the eye-witness said the murderer wore a German Officer's uniform,. As Major Grau gets close to them, he is promoted and sent to Paris. Major Grau, an agent from German Intelligence who believes in justice, is in charge of the investigation. This is based on an award winning novel and there are a few scenes that feel like they were not adapted properly because on paper they can be explained much easier than onscreen.
Grau's investigation is cut short by his summary transfer to Paris at the instigation of these officers. It is a story with-in a story. Major Grau, an agent from German Intelligence who believes in justice, is in charge of the investigation. Klus Kahlenberge and General von Seidlitz-Gabler. An excellent film with which to slay a somber afternoon.
I support film - including yours! There is an eyewitness who says it was a German General. The problem is that the 3 main suspects are all High ranking German Generals. Morand is helping Major Grau in his investigation. The three avoid direct contact with Major Grau and become potential suspects. In 1944 Paris, this quartet is reunited and Major Grau continues his investigation. Morand begins to tie up the loose ends: he finds no criminal activity from Kahlenberge or Seidlitz-Gabler, but learns of one man who knew which man is the real killer.