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The true story about one of the most brilliant saboteurs during World War II and his battle to overcome his inner demons.
Scenes of the parliament building were shot on location and included Nazi flags and banners, displayed for the first time since WWII ended.
Colonel J.S. Wilson:
Why do you want to be a saboteur, Max?
Max Manus: My country was stolen from me, Sir... and I want it back.
The German soldiers play The Badenweiler March while marching down Karl Johans Gate in June 1940. But in the summer of 1939, Germany's Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels signed a police order, forbidding this March to be played except at functions attended by Adolf Hitler, and only in his presence. However, Hitler is not present here, and whoever was responsible would have to pay a fine or go to jail.
Norwegian, German, English, Russian, Finnish
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