The Man in the Glass Booth

Robert Shaw, turned playwright to create 'The Man in the Glass Booth'. This brilliant drama inspired by the trial of Adolf Eichmann, is concerned with guilt, paranoia, conspiracy theories and martydom. Maximillian Shell plays Jewish New York tycoon Arthur Goldman. Living in deep rooted paranoia and on the edge of madness in his manhattan penthouse, Goldman is captured by Israeli agents and put on trial for Nazi war crimes, alleging that he is in fact Adolf Dorff - an S.S. colonel, torturer and killer.

Year: 1975
Genre: Alice's Playhouse
Country: USA
Director: Arthur Hiller
Starring: Maximilian Schell, Lawrence Pressman, Lois Nettleton, Luther Adler
Duration: 117 Minutes
Rating: M - Adult themes.
Location in store: Alice's Playhouse



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