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Uncle Adolf [DVD]
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ITV drama directed by Nick Renton exploring the private life of Adolf Hitler between 1929 and 1945. From the Berlin bunker where he finally conceded defeat, a bitter and broken Hitler (Ken Stott) reminisces about events in his life, and in particular his incestuous obsession with his niece, Geli Raubal, who committed suicide in 1931. The film also explores Hitler's later relationship with Eva Braun, who he married the day before the couple killed themselves in a suicide pact in the Berlin bunker in April of 1945.
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Having read Ronald Hayman’s excellent book “Hitler+ Geli” this film brings out the essence of the relationship between Hitler and his niece but there are several sacrifices made for dramatic effect.
First Cassidy looks nothing like the real Geli who had a very full face and figure, and the only descriptions of her were written decades later in memoirs and interviews and describe her variously as “Her big eyes were a poem”, “an enchantress” and quite differently by the highly cultured and educated Hanfstaengl as “having the coarse bloom of a servant girl” a view Frau Hanfstaengl didn’t agree with.
Hitler’s treatment of Geli was not tyrannical as in the film but manipulative. When Geli told Hitler she wanted to marry Maurice he did not beat him, but allowed an engagement for the period until Geli came of age, before which Maurice negotiated a withdrawal, and Hitler protected Maurice for the rest of his life.
However Geli’s growing fear and disgust of Hitler is accurate and arose because of his perverted sado masochistic relationship with her, and was almost certainly the reason for her suicide as it was for a previous lover Renate Muller.
Fine acting from Stott and Cassidy combine with excellent direction for a gripping film.
It falls short of saying that Hitler murdered Geli Raubal but it does explore the cover-up that followed this tragic event.
Good solid performance from Ken Stott as a pasty-faced, patently disturbed Adolf Hitler and a startlingly vibrant performance from Christine Tremarco as his naive, sexually manipulative yet utterly charming niece. Strong script by Nigel Williams and solid direction by Nicholas Renton.