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The basic complaint about this will probably be "it's too long". The current Nuremburg trils went on for much longer than three hours, however, so imagine how much had to be left out!Brian Cox is brilliant as Hermann Goering, portraying him as the vain and egotistical, yet intelligent and often easy likable person he should be, despite his history as one of the most horrible folks of all time. Nuremburg goes beyond showing him as the faceless Nazi monster; as a proud soldier and pilot (he was head of the Luftwaffe during WW2, and in WW1, had been a decorated pilot himself), and a boy capable of humor and kindness. Particularly strong scenes contain one towards the beginning when he entertains a group of GI's by testing the accordion and singing, and other towards the end, when his wife asks him if she can take home some of the meal that had been provided for what would probably be his last meal, and he very "normally" says, "I don't see why not," and looks for someone to ask. The last stage gotta be viewed to totally understand what I mean. The film seems to have been made with historical correctness in mind. Tiny bits of fact that never would have been included in a large budget hollywood picture create it here, like the stage in which the defendants give their pleas, and Goering attempts to create a statement but is slash off by the judge. Also historically correct is the method in which Goering initially made the prosecutors, representing the allied forces, look like idiots, while he endeared himself to everyone in the room with his witty remarks.The friendship between Goering and the American soldier "Tex" is also fully true, and the film insinuates one of the two most famous explanations for how Goering got the cyanide ampule into his cell, despite the fact that it and he were searched regularly. Nuremburg seems to tell that Goering asked his mate to retrieve a bag of private stuff for him to go through and give away. The another belief is that the American knowingly brought the ampule to Goering, rather than Goering tricking him. The reality will probably never be fully known.For history buffs, this is a gotta see. Probably for everyone else too...
Hidden inside this purported war between surviving top Nazi Hermann Goering and American prosecutor Judge Robert Jackson is, I think, the adaptation the writer probably wanted to do - the storyline of psychologist E.M. Gilbert and his backstage verbal tusslings with boys who either refused to acknowledge any guilt (Goering, Streicher) or conversely were overflowing with it (Frank, Speer).When you see Alec Baldwin appear a second time in the credits, as Executive Producer, you feel that Nuremberg was probably conceived as a vanity project for him. Fortunately it is quite simple to allow the early scenes of the Court's setup just wash over you, and of course Jill Hennessey is everytime simple on the eyes. Much of the first half of the first episode is more or less soap opera. Jackson has to persuade Judge Biddle to go to Nuremberg, then to relinquish the Presidency of the court to the British. The bantering relationship with his secretary (Hennessey) serves as a prelude to their becoming lovers during their time in Germany.At this mission Hermann Goering appears (the nice Brian Cox on top form), fully dominating the trial, fully dominating this mini-series, and your attention is grasped and held. Cox almost wipes Baldwin off the screen. Unfortunately it's very difficult not to gain a nice deal of sympathy for Goering, particularly when he is with his family, or in the heart-to-heart chats with his G.I. prison guard, Tex. We see Goering as he undoubtedly saw himself, but in reality he wasn't like that at all. The Nuremberg trial and the general travails of imprisonment were an perfect occasion for him to smarten himself up: prior to his arrest he had become a dissolute and overweight drug addict. Unfortunately no sign of this weakness of hero was carried over into the script, leaving an impression of Goering as a noble, principled boy - irrespective of whether you accepted with his principles.Also very watchable was Matt Craven in the role of Gilbert the aforementioned psychologist, and Christopher Plummer as British prosecutor David Maxwell-Fyfe (although the true Maxwell-Fyfe was the younger prosecutor, not an elder mentor as depicted here). Particularly gratifying is the stage in which Maxwell-Fyfe says Jackson that "your documentary approach is legally impeccable - but as drama it's absolutely stultifying" - which might stand as an apt description of Baldwin's part in this series.A last tiny curiosity, and not to create any private remarks about Herbert Knaup, but I did search it strange that they cast Knaup, a slightly odd-looking actor, to enjoy Albert Speer, by fairly common consent the handsomest and most photogenic of all the Nazi leaders, particularly as Speer was portrayed here in a sympathetic light. Another than Knaup, many of the actors were very close in looks to their real-life counterparts, most notably Roc LaFortune as Rudolf Hess, almost a living double.
I have read a several ebooks on the Nuremberg trials, as well as ebooks on The Third Reich in general. Though the portrayals of the defendants were fairly accurate, they were not given the appropriate amount of air-time.I mean, without the defendants, there wouldn't have been a trial. Here's the top 10 things that could have been added (and especially subtracted from the movie.) 10) Could have emphasized the alliances between the defendants. Speer wasn't the only one to stand up to Goering. Von Schirach, Funk, and Fritzsche were all vs Goering.9) Give Defendent #2 Rudolf Hess more that four words.8) Clarifiy why Hess goes crazy at the end.7) Create sure the audience knows that Speer's penitence should be him saving his hide.6) Emphasize that Franks conversion was due to him finding God.5) Talk about the defendants private lives, test to explain why they would commit these atrocities.4) Say what happened to the defendants who were acquitted or had their sentences carried out at Spandau.3) They could of had the storyline contain Von Schirach and Von Neurath, the youngest and the oldest defendants, so they would have more of a age perspective to the story.2)All of the Defendants positions could have been called at least once.1) The Jackson/Secretary affair probably took at'least a half an hour out of the mini-series, Which should have been dedicated to, I don't know, making sure the audience at least knows the defendant's's names. Besides, I don't actually one person who saw that film who now liked the couple.
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