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James Moll

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Plot Summary

INHERITANCE is the story of Monika Hertwig, a soft-spoken woman struggling with a profound legacy left by a father she never really knew. Monika's father was Amon Goeth. Often described as a "monster," and "inhuman," Goeth was a prominent Nazi leader and commandant of the Plaszow concentration camp. He murdered thousands of Jews and other prisoners during the war. When Schindler's List opened in 1993, Monika found Ralph Fiennes' chilling portrayal of her father so disturbing that she left the theater more than once. The fact that this man was her father is something that Monika still cannot reconcile. Feeling an aching need to come to terms with this legacy of hatred, Monika reaches out to Helen Jonas, who lived enslaved under Goeth's roof serving as both his maid and prey for nearly two years. In INHERITANCE, sixty years after Amon Goeth's execution, Monika and Helen meet for the first time at what was once Goeth's luxurious villa overlooking the concentration camp. It's a brutally honest, gut-wrenching, and emotional journey that brings both closure and new questions.


Customer Reviews


A most singular documentary. Definitely worth watching and a nice follow up to Schindlers List.

A tremendous documentary, poignantly told.

This is a remarkable documentary, simply remarkable, and everyone should see it. Both these women demonstrated such incredible courage to come together and face the past, and the monster who lived there. I wept off and on throughout this film. This is well worth seeing, and remembered.


Its just ok , a bit long and slow the first 30 mins are good. Not worth the 3.99 , get it from your library..........

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