Independent movie studio Corinth Films will bring a new story from WWII to American audiences next month.
The studio is scheduled to release its new movie The Interrogation on DVD on March 23. The story featured in the movie centers on the autobiography of the infamous Auschwitz camp commandant Rudolf Hoss. It follows his interrogation by Albert Piotrowski prior to his hanging for the heinous acts that he oversaw at Auschwitz.
Following the fall of the Nazi empire in 1945, Allied forces hunted down members of the party and convicted them before executing them for their crimes. Hoss was discovered by British troops, hiding out in Gottrupel, Germany, disguised as a gardener. His location was revealed by his own wife, who said she turned him in over concern over the safety of the couple’s son.
The Interrogation originally premiered in 2016 in its home nation of Israel. It was helmed by Israel-born director Erez Pery. The movie’s trailer is streaming here.
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