A German lawyer under Hitler expresses the facts as plainly as possible, in words that echo Powell & Pressburger’s The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp as well as Carol Reed’s The Man Between, “when your country has fallen into the hands of criminals and gangsters, it is like shouting through the bars of a prison cell, is it not?”

Ravensbrück figures in the account, from the memoirs of a young British lady who married a German lawyer (colleague of the speaker above), one of the participants in the July 20th escapade and subsequently sent to that concentration camp.

A very great film, “A Film by Dennis Potter”.