Based on the autobiography of Auschwitz
commander Rudolf Höss. In 1946, Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Höss, the longest
serving commander of Auschwitz concentration camp, is awaiting trial in a
Polish prison. Albert, a young and successful Polish investigation judge, is
appointed to interrogate Höss and get a perfect confession out of him. The
encounter between the two men will unveil the frightening routine and
banalization of evil that took place in the camp. By introducing the use of
Zyklon B in Auschwitz, Rudolf Höss carried out the most efficient mass killing
process ever known, which claimed the lives of approximately 1.1 million
people. The film is based on the memoirs Höss wrote before his execution.
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