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  A Very Nazi Business Indeed [read more]
  TV and DVD release for Uncle Adolf
  As the shells rain down on his battered Berlin bunker in 1945, a bitter and defeated Hitler reminisces about the major events in his life – from his meteoric rise to notoriety to his obsession with his adored niece, Geli Raubel.

Directed by Nicholas Renton (The Russian Bride) and written by the BAFTA award-winning Nigel Williams (Dirty Tricks), Uncle Adolf promises a new insight into the mind of Hitler as he looks back on his life, and in particular his relationship with Raubel, and may even answer the age old question: Who DID he think he was kidding? The film features an all-star cast including Elaine Cassidy as Raubel, Christine Tremarco as Eva Braun, Alien 3’s Daniel Webb as Goebbels and Ken Stott as Der Fuhrer himself. Chances of Ilsa putting in an appearance are virtually nil, but those looking for an intelligent look at one of history’s most significant events can see Uncle Adolf screened on ITV1 on January 3rd – if you like it, you can buy it on DVD when it is released by Contender Entertainment on January 10th.
  Wayne Southworth [27 Dec 2004 at 13:59]
     

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