Hitler's Grave (2010)

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Young Islamic woman whose brother is tortured to death during the Iranian elections goes to Berlin to fulfill two promises made to her brother on his deathbed.

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12 January 2012 | alalehjam
| downright the best film in years
not just the best movie from 2011, but in my opinion this incredibly brave picture puts its words where its mouth is and makes one wonder how in the world have we all been hiding behind scripts and mainstream life of movies for so many years.daryush Shokof and his films prove to me that soon we would be witness to a whole new kind of scripts, and concepts in the world of movie making. he sets standards for all not to follow the rest of the film producing companies as if we needed food from them. he showed a whole crowd of movie goers in recent years that there is really a chance to do different type of films and stand proud to have had done them , even though it could mean that his films will never be screened. well, for me Hitler's Grave does all it wants to do in the name of movies and breaks one strongest taboos in the world that the time has come to live in religion free societies. i give this one of a kind picture a loud 10

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Plot Summary




Release Date:

21 October 2011


English, German, Persian

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Berlin, Germany

Box Office


€2,300,000 (estimated)

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