My Neighbor Adolf Movie [NEW]
Colombia, May 1960, just a few days after the abduction of the Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann by Mossad agents in Argentina. Polsky, a lonely and grumpy Holocaust survivor, lives in the remote Colombian countryside. He spends his days playing chess and tending his beloved rose bushes. One day, when a mysterious old German man moves in next-door, he suspects that his new neighbor is... Adolf Hitler. Since nobody believes him, he embarks on a detective mission to find the evidence. But, in order to gather evidence, he will need to be closer to his neighbor than he would like. So close that the two could almost become friends.
My Neighbor Adolf Movie
South America, 1960. A lonely and grumpy Holocaust survivor named Polsky (David Hayman) convinces himself that his German next door neighbor (Udo Kier) is none other than Adolf Hitler. Not being taken seriously, he starts an independent investigation to prove his claim, but when the evidence still appears to be inconclusive, Polsky is forced to engage in a relationship with the enemy in order to obtain irrefutable proof. My Neighbor Adolf is directed by the Russian-Israeli filmmaker Leon Prudovsky (aka Leonid), director of the film Five Hours from Paris previously, plus a few shorts and the series "Semeynyy Albom". The screenplay is written by Dmitry Malinsky and Leon Prudovsky. This originally premiered at the 2022 Locarno Film Festival a few months ago. Signature Entertainment will debut My Neighbor Adolf in the UK on VOD / Blu-ray starting on November 4th, 2022. There's still no US release date yet. Want to watch?
South America, 1960. A lonely and grumpy Holocaust survivor convinces himself that his new neighbor is none other than Adolf Hitler. Not being taken seriously, he starts an independent investigation to prove his claim, but when the evidence still appears to be inconclusive, Polsky is forced to engage in a relationship with the enemy in order to obtain irrefutable proof.
Beta Cinema, which is handling worldwide sales on the movie, also closed deals for it with Signature Entertainment for the U.K. and Ireland, with I Wonder for Italy, Lumix Media for South Korea and Tohokushinsha Film for Japan.
Polsky (70), a lonely, misanthropic, grumbling Holocaust survivor lives in one of a couple of isolated houses on a hill on the outskirts of a Brazilian suburb. He spends his days playing chess and tending his beloved rose bushes. Polsky's next door neighbor, who does all his grocery shopping, is his only connection to the "outside world."
Polsky isn't crazy about Germans in general, but he particularly loathes Herzog, the new neighbor, even before he actually meets him. Once he does and finds out he emigrated from Argentina, all it takes is one good look in the eyes to realize his new neighbor is none other than the infamous Adolf Hitler.
The dark comedy stars David Hayman as a Holocaust survivor living in Colombia in the 1960s. And when a mysterious old German man moves in next door he begins to suspect his new neighbor is Adolf Hitler.
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