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Moloch

Moloch(1999)

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Brief Synopsis

It is the spring of 1942 and love is in the air between Eva Braun and Adolf Hitler. However, the confusions of being caught up in a love affair with a man incapable of human intimacy produce a volatile woman -- perhaps the only woman with the strength to contradict the Fuhrer.

Cast & Crew

Leonid Mozgovoy Adolf Hitler
Elena Rufanova Eva Braun
Leonid Sokol Josef Goebbels
Elena Spiridonova Magda Goebbels
Vladimir Bogdanov Martin Bormann
Eva Mattes Voice Of Eva Braun
Anatoli Rodionov Director Of Photography
Alexey Fedorov Director Of Photography
Yuri Arabov Screenwriter
Marina Koreneva Screenwriter
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1999 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Zero One Film GmbH .....Production Company, .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Fabrica .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (Wdr) .....Production Company, Arte .....Production Company, .....Theatrical Distributor, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, Celluloid Dreams .....Foreign Distribution Sales, Entertainment One .....Domestic Video Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  France (FR)
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  • Hardly "Springtime for Hitler"

    Janjira Gardner 2016-07-30

    Alexander Sokurov's MOLOCH (1999) is not for everyone, nor does it try to be. The screenplay, which took a prize at Cannes, is dead simple: a... MORE>