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Nuremberg (1996)

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Nuremberg (1996) Synopsis: This TNT miniseries stars Alec Baldwin as Robert Jackson, the Supreme Court justice who served as the head prosecutor for the war crimes tribunal that took place in Nuremberg after the horrors of WWII and the Holocaust. The film follows Jackson from his preparations for the trial to the outcome of the trial itself, paying particular attention to the interplay between Jackson and the Nazi thugs he is trying to prosecute. Brian Cox co-stars a Hermann Goering, Hitler's right-hand man, while Christopher Plummer plays British prosecutor Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe, and Jill Hennessey portrays Elise Douglas, Jackson's invaluable secretary and sometime lover Cast: Alec Baldwin, Jill Hennessy, Brian Cox, Christopher Plummer, Michael Ironside Director: Yves Simoneau Rating: NR Running Time: 240 min.
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  • Filme impressionante. É importante que todos vejam para que percebam o quanto é crucial o respeito mesmo nas diferenças entre os seres humanos. A diversidade e o respeito devem andar juntos.
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