A man well-settled into the autumn of his life, Joe Mueller (Max von Sydow) is lovingly supported by his daughter Anne (Carol Drinkwater) and her husband Bobby (Steve Jacobs), a close-knit family ill-prepared for the dark secrets that are about to be uncovered. Tracked down by Holocaust survivor Iya Zetnick (Julia Blake), Joe is soon exposed as a concentration camp functionary responsible for murdering her family back in Lithuania. Branded a war criminal and subject to all manner of speculation and charge, Joe faces a heart wrenching ordeal - forgoing his once idyllic existence for a life of turmoil and paranoia - with his family his only refuge. But when Anne discovers the extent of her father's suspicious past, she is unwittingly torn between the devastating truth and her loyalty to family.

Year: 1989
Genre: Drama, Australian Film, Film Festivals 1992
Country: Australia
Director: John Power
Starring: Carol Drinkwater, Julia Blake, Max von Sydow
Duration: 102 Minutes
Rating: M - Offensive language
Location in store: Australian Film



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