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Operation Finale

Operation Finale is a movie starring Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, and Mélanie Laurent. A team of secret agents set out to track down the Nazi officer who masterminded the Holocaust.

Other Titles
Operação Final, Operation Eichmann - Jakten på rettferdighet, Operacija Finale, Operation Finale - Kuoleman asiamies, Ostateczna operacja, Eichmann, Mivtza Finale, オペレーション・フィナーレ, Operación Final, Opération Finale, Operation Finale - Vânătoarea de nazişti, Επιχείρηση: Φινάλε, Operation Eichmann, 最終行動, A végső hadművelet
Running Time
2 hours 2 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, History, Biography, Drama, Thriller
Chris Weitz
Matthew Orton
Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, Mélanie Laurent, Lior Raz
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

On Christmas Eve in 1944, SS-Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann (Kingsley) flees the Eastern Front to Berlin to coordinate the destruction of documents related to Department B4, going into hiding after the war ends. In Buenos Aires, Sylvia Hermann (Haley Lu Richardson) begins courting Klaus Eichmann (Joe Alwyn). Klaus meets Sylvia and her German-Jewish father, Lothar (Peter Strauss) at home. Klaus speaks of his father's service with the SS but tells Lothar that he had died on the Eastern Front, and that he has been raised by his uncle, Ricardo. Suspicious, Lothar passes this information to West German prosecutor-general Fritz Bauer. Bauer, suspecting Klaus' uncle may in fact be Adolf Eichmann, relays this intelligence to Mossad director Isser Harel (Lior Raz) in Tel Aviv, but Harel is unwilling to devote resources to investigate. At the insistence of Rafi Eitan (Nick Kroll), Harel dispatches field agent Zvi Aharoni (Michael Aronov) to Buenos Aries to begin reconnaissance. At a dinner party celebrating Argentina's 150th anniversary of independence from Spain, Klaus introduces Sylvia to Carlos Fuldner, a former Nazi officer who assisted with SS members escape to Argentina. Fuldner addresses the guests with anti-Semitic rhetoric invoking the Hitlergrüsse, leaving Sylvia visibly disturbed, who promptly leaves..

Comments about war «Operation Finale» (19)

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Megan Palmer

I saw this film in the UK and was really disappointed. The storyline was fine, the film seemed a little rushed, the direction was good, but the actors didn't seem to have the energy or the sense of drama that they needed. The film felt too long. I found the story quite confusing and the fact that the characters were all struggling to explain themselves a bit dull and unconvincing. I found the end quite confusing. The film is certainly worth watching, but don't expect to enjoy it as much as I did. I think it was a good film, but if you can see the trailer you'll know what to expect.

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Christina O.

I have a theory that this film is very accurate and reflects the events of the time. Although it is in the same general area, it does not use the historical period of the 18th century. I believe the first scene that was shot in 1820 was shot in 1820. So in this film, I believe there was no way for the American President to change his mind to leave France to America. The second scene of the scene where the president is captured by the Communists was shot in 1820. In this movie the president is in the bar and he has a drink. He says to his friend "Let's go back to France". When he leaves the bar, the president goes through the tunnel and comes out in the street and says "I will not take my country to war". This statement shows that America does not want war. In this movie, there is a scene where a movie star is getting his picture taken. The movie star has been shot and is now in the hospital. When he sees the picture of him, he is confused and has no idea why he is there. He goes to his car and tells the president "I need you to take me home". Then the president says "I have no intention of taking you home". The president finally says "I don't want to". He drives off to his house and says "Let's go home". After that scene the president is captured by the Communists. It was not until the second half of the movie that I really started to think that the American President would actually give up his country to save his friend. The movie starts out in 1820 and finishes in 1847. I think it was about 20 years later that the movie was made and the director decided to go back to 1820. I think it was actually in the early 1990's that they filmed this movie. The first scene was shot in 1820. The second scene was shot in 1842. The third scene was shot in 1846. The fourth scene was shot in 1857. The fifth scene was shot in 1857 and the sixth scene was shot in 1867. I think it was in about 1989 that the director started filming the movie. It was only about 10 years ago that the film was released. There is no doubt that the director went back to 1820 and shot the scenes that were in the movie. I think that is what he did. I believe that is how this movie was made. I think that was the way the American people felt. If the director went back to 1820

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Douglas S.

I saw this film when it was released on video and I was very impressed by it. It had some amazing action sequences and the fact that the only part of the film that was a true true war film. The music score was great and the acting was great. I would say this film is one of the best war films ever made. I am not going to give the plot away for those that haven't seen it but I will say that this film was a true true war film and I highly recommend it.

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Gerald Brown

Treating all of the characters in this film with the respect they deserve, (especially Hugh Grant's portrayal of George Bush), makes for a very interesting and entertaining film. If you like war movies you'll like this one.

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Jose R.

So, who's going to win in this case, Nelson Mandela or a Ukrainian lieutenant? Well, this is what I mean when I say that the film had two sides to it. I guess we had two different views about what happened at Nuremberg. I didn't feel that the film was biased towards the Soviet Union. In fact, the Soviet Union was represented well. I also thought that the Nazi people were well portrayed. On the other hand, I did think that the U.S. government portrayed the U.S.S.R. as a brutal and bad dictatorship, and that the U.S. government didn't treat the U.S.S.R. as it should have. In the end, the film is a good depiction of the trials of the Nuremberg trials. Overall, I would recommend this film. It is a good film to watch for people who want to understand the events of the Nuremberg trials.

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Rachel Howell

I have never been so impressed with a film in a long time. This is one of the most well done, well written and well executed films I have ever seen. The movie really shows the power of propaganda and how people can be manipulated. The acting is superb. The camera work is excellent. The story is well written and has a very emotional tone. The characters are realistic and well developed. The acting is great, the story is well done, the film is well directed and the film is well done. I really recommend this film. This film is a must see.

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Crystal M.

A really good film. I am not the type of person who like to watch documentaries on war or anything like that, but I have to say that it's a really interesting film, in a sense, that you know it's not real. It's like a documentary on the history of the First World War, so it's a really interesting topic to watch. I think the way that it's presented is really interesting, but it's a bit of a pain in the backside because you're watching this documentary on real people, so it's very hard to see that people have faked their stories, like they were telling you. But I think it's a very interesting documentary. The only real problem that I had was that the film's very slow pace. You see a lot of footage and you see some of them in flashback, and you never really get to know the people. They're just told by the people who were involved. But overall, it was a good film.

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Diana Fowler

Not only do we have the name of Robert Bresson, we also have that of Thomas F. Wilson, who co-wrote the script and directed this film. The result is a bit like a prequel to "Citizen Kane" (which is a sequel to "Fitzcarraldo"), if you like that kind of thing. The movie opens with the assassination of a US Senator, and moves on to show the whole story in order to establish the chronology. This is certainly not a film for everyone. I found it quite boring, even though it's in German. It's even hard to understand the dialogue in the first part. If you have no interest in this subject matter, you will not be able to enjoy this movie. As far as the acting is concerned, it's not bad, but not great either. The characters are all cliches, and therefore you can easily predict the outcome. The characters are not at all interesting, and they do not even express emotions well. On the other hand, the story is so complex that you can't make a judgment on it, because you can't see everything in the movie. Even though I did enjoy the movie, I think I would have found it better if I had not read the book. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Alguien do Brasil" ("The Beginning of the World")

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This movie is a good introduction to the assassination of JFK. I found the acting to be quite good, and the story to be believable. There are a lot of unanswered questions about the assassination, and some parts of the movie are a bit difficult to understand. The movie is made with a great amount of skill, and the acting is excellent. The movie is based on true events, and the movie is filmed in a way that makes it very believable. The movie is very long, but it doesn't feel like it, because it doesn't drag. The movie is a very good movie, and I recommend it to anyone who likes a good historical drama.

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Historian John Stackhouse has an interesting experience during the 1940's with the prosecution of a German scientist who helped the Germans build the atomic bomb. Stackhouse's own involvement with the trial makes the film more fascinating than it is. It is the most important document about World War II in that it is the first to show the actual trial in its entirety, not only what happened but also how the trial was organized, how the trial was conducted, and even the political climate surrounding it. Some of the trial is a bit too graphic, and the reactions of the defendants are a bit dramatic, but the fact that this is the first documented trial of the war, and how the people in charge of the trial were influenced by the war to make it, is interesting. The documentary shows that trial as a massive historical event, and the trial itself is fascinating to see, but I would not recommend it to anyone who has not had a personal experience with the trial. This is a film that is worth watching, but I would not recommend it to anyone who has not had a personal experience with the trial. The documentary is interesting and informative, but the film is far too long. I would rate it an 8/10.

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Harry C.

I'm not a big fan of Hollywood war films, but this one was the best I've seen. I'm a historian, and this film is a history lesson. It's a very good film. The acting was superb, especially the supporting actors, who played the roles of the leaders of the German army and the Russian army. They did a great job. The film is an interesting look at what happened during the Battle of Stalingrad. The movie is very entertaining and entertaining. It is very interesting and it has a great message. I think it's a great movie, and it's a great film.

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Eric Hudson

I have seen this film many times, and each time I find something new and exciting. I think it is a great film, because it is true to life. It does not glorify the war, but shows it as it was. It shows the human cost of war, and how it can change lives. It shows the difference between war and peace, and shows that there are people who would do anything for the sake of their country. It also shows the sacrifices that people make for the sake of the country, and how they are willing to sacrifice everything for their country. The film is a bit slow, but I like it because it shows the human nature of war, and how it can change lives. It shows how some people would do anything for their country, and how some people would sacrifice everything for their country. I give this film an 8 out of 10, and I recommend it to anyone who likes a good war film.

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Sharon G.

I enjoyed this movie, it was not as long as I expected it to be. It was a good movie, although it did drag a little bit. The movie was very well acted, the actors were all very good. I think the movie was more interesting than many people seem to think. It was a good movie and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a movie about the Battle of the Bulge. I give it an 8/10.

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Arthur Schneider

This is the best movie I've seen in a long time. The story is exciting and the production is amazing. I don't understand why some people can't understand that the real truth is more interesting than Hollywood's invention.

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I just saw the movie. I liked it. The movie was very interesting and the actors were very good. The movie is very realistic. I like the way the movie shows the way the people were in the time. It was very realistic. I liked the movie. It was very good.

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Kathy K.

This film had the potential to be an interesting and thought provoking film. But the story and character development went to far. To be honest, the character development was also extremely weak. When you watch the film, you feel like you have no idea of what's going on. The main character does not really have a good reason to fight the rebels. The story is confusing, the dialog is weak, the action is boring, and the characters are poorly developed. This movie had a lot of potential to be interesting and thought provoking. But it ended up being a rather weak film that was filled with cliches and a weak storyline. I think the writers and director should've spent more time on developing the characters and developing their personalities instead of focusing on the story.

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Cynthia Ward

I enjoyed this movie very much. The movie has been praised for its accuracy and realism. I think the real point of the movie is the message of the war and the heroism of the soldiers. The soldiers are portrayed as the heroes, not the politicians who are responsible for the war. The message is clear: "War is hell". This is a must watch movie.

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Amber J.

I can't believe I waited so long to see this movie. It was the first movie I have seen from the National Geographic Channel. I had no idea it was made by National Geographic. I thought it would be an educational documentary about the Holocaust. I was wrong. This movie is a must see for anyone who has ever had a family member die in the Holocaust. I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in history or just interested in the Holocaust. It is a must see for anyone who has ever been to Auschwitz or is interested in seeing it.

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A long time ago I saw a documentary on the Italian invasion of France during WWII, which made me think that we are in for a treat. Now that I have seen this movie, I have come to the conclusion that the movie was based on fact. The movie is very well made, with an excellent script, and a great cast. It is not a historical movie, but an indictment of the times, and the people in it. The movie does not pretend to be something it is not, and that is a good thing. The movie is a great achievement, and a must see for anyone who wants to learn about the time and people involved in WWII. 8/10