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Showing to mark Holocaust Memorial Day next Sunday, this Emmy Award-winning drama re-creates the summit at Wannsee on the outskirts of Berlin at which the Third Reich plotted the annihilation of the Jewish people: the Final Solution. Contains strong language.


Writer: Lonng Mandel
Producer: Nick Gillott
Director: Frank Pierson
Reinhard Heydrich: Kenneth Branagh
Adolf Eichmann: Stanley Tucci
Friedrich Kritzinger: David Threlfall
Wilhelm Stuckart: Colin Firth
Rudolph Lange: Barnaby Kay
Joseph Buhler: Ben Daniels
Erich Neumann: Jonathan Coy
Heinrich Muller: Brendan Coyle
Gerhard Klopfer: Ian McNeice
Roland Freisler: Owen Teale
Otto Hoffmann: Nicholas Woodeson
Georg Leibbrandt: Ewan Stewart
Martin Luther: Kevin McNally
Alfred Meyer: Brian Pettifer
Karl Schongarth: Peter Sullivan
Maid: Claire Bullus
Stenographer: Simon Markey
First NCO: Dirk Martens
Second NCO: Andreas Giinther
Phone operator: Tom Hiddleston
Adjutant: Ross O'Hennessey
Luther's driver: Florian Panzer
Stuckart's driver: Hinnerk Schonemann
Cook: David Spinx
Orderly: David Willoughby
Supervising butler: David Glover
Maid's boyfriend: Sebastian Jacob

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