Meet the Hitlers (DVD)
Directed by Matthew Ogens
MEET THE HITLERS is a feature documentary examining the relationship between family names and identity. By exploring the lives of people who are linked by the infamous surname "Hitler," the film raises important questions about immigration, racism, and tolerance through the lens of a name-based legacy. Yet it's ultimately a character-driven story, offering an intimate portrait of its subjects, whose reactions to their name span the spectrum of human experience, from tragedy to comedy, and heartbreak to hope.
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