Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
A U.S. historian gets the chilling opportunity of a lifetime to interview one of Western Civilization's greatest villains whom he finds alive and living under an assumed name in an aging Berlin apartment with a beautiful 40-year-old woman. For a long time, professor Arnold Webster had suspected that Adolf Hitler never died at the end of WW II and is elated (and justifiably suspicious about the possibility of a hoax) when the deposed Fuhrer invites him up for tea and a 10-day-long series of interviews. Though 103 years old and bound to a wheelchair, Hitler's mind is still clear as he recounts his amazing story, one that is punctuated by archival footage.
history, interview, villain