With the fall festivals fast approaching and awards season beginning to gain momentum, one can always expect certain types of narratives to come to the fore. One of those ubiquitous film subjects is certainly the Holocaust era and its aftermath, seemingly dissected and explored ad nauseum. In one of the latest additions to the canon, Lars Kraume examines one man’s tireless efforts to bring those responsible to justice in "The People vs. Fritz Bauer". The top prizewinner at this year’s German Film Awards, this absorbing drama is yet another handsome cinematic depiction of one of the ugliest periods in human history.
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