Judgment at Nuremberg (Blu-ray) BFI

$39.95

This gripping, provocative and powerful film sheds a controversial light on the darkest era in modern history.

Nominated for eleven Oscars® including Best Picture, Judgment at Nuremberg contains searing performances by an all-star cast that includes Burt Lancaster, Marlene Dietrich and Judy Garland. American judge Daniel Haywood (Spencer Tracy) presides over the trial of four German jurists accused of ‘legalising’ Nazi atrocities. As graphic accounts of sterilisation and murder unfold in the courtroom, mounting political pressure for leniency forces Haywood into making the most harrowing and difficult decision of his career.

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Special Features

Newly recorded audio commentary by film historian Jim Hemphill
The Guardian Interview: Maximillian Schell (1971, 86 mins, audio only): the actor in conversation with film critic Deac Rossell
In Conversation with Abby Mann and Maximilian Schell (2004, 20 mins): the actor and writer reminisce about Stanley Kramer and working on the film
The Value of a Single Human Being (2004, 6 mins) screenwriter Abby Mann discusses his Oscar®-winning screenplay
A Tribute to Stanley Kramer (2004, 16 mins): a celebration of Stanley Kramer’s life and career, featuring interviews with screenwriter Abby Mann and Karen Sharpe, Kramer’s widow
Resistance (2008, 13 mins): the story of a group of ‘defectives’ and their lives within the walls of an institution as part of the Nazi’s Aktion-T4 – a programme of mass murder through involuntary euthanasia
Heredity in Man (1937, 14 mins): a chilling insight into pre-Holocaust eugenics
These Are the Men (1943, 11 mins): Ministry of Information propaganda short featuring narration written by poet Dylan Thomas
Man – One Family (1946, 16 mins): a propaganda short made for the Ministry of Information by Ivor Montagu at Ealing Studios
Berlin Airlift The Story of a Great Achievement (1949, 10 mins)
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Format

Bluray

Label

BFI