Mein Kampf
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Mein Kampf
George Tabori's farcical stage play detailing Adolph Hitler's early years as a failed artist is adapted for the screen by director Urs Odermatt and producer/screenwriter Martin Lehwald. Departing from the Austrian province in 1910 to seek his fortune as a world famous painter, Hitler rents a room in Vienna homeless shelter and applies to get into the Academy of Fine Arts. Later, after receiving a rejection letter from the Academy and turning suicidal, Hitler's roommate - a Jewish bookseller named Schlomo Herzl - recommends that the passionate young man pursue a career in politics.… More