Hotel Terminus: Klaus Barbie et son Temps

Hotel Terminus: Klaus Barbie et son Temps


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Product Details

Release Date: 11/16/2010
UPC: 0854565001275
Original Release: 1988
Rating: NR
Source: Icarus Films
Region Code: 1
Time: 4:27:00
Sales rank: 43,518

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Klaus Barbie Himself
Claude Lanzmann Himself
Marcel Ophüls Himself

Technical Credits
Marcel Ophüls Director,Producer
Reuben Aaronson Cinematographer
Bernard Bats Sound/Sound Designer
Pierre Boffety Cinematographer
Sophie Brunet Asst. Director
Michael Davis Cinematographer
Bernard Farrel Associate Producer
Hamilton Fish Executive Producer
John S. Friedman Executive Producer
Albert Jurgenson Editor
Judy Karp Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Kovler Executive Producer
Lionel Legros Cinematographer
Viktor Leitenbauer Cinematographer
Anne Weil Sound Editor
Catherine Zins Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie
1. Forty Years Later [5:31]
2. Youth [9:57]
3. Lyon During WWII [4:08]
4. Jean Moulin, Chief of the Resistance [18:48]
5. Torture [15:26]
6. The French "Collabos" [16:19]
7. Cold War & The US Involvement [12:21]

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Hotel Terminus: Klaus Barbie et son Temps 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This documentary, by Marcel Ophuls, is about Klaus Barbie who was known as the ''Nazi Butcher of Lyons''. Barbie was the Gestapo chief responsible for the death of most of Lyons' population, including women and children, during the Nazi occupation of France. After WW II, he cooperated with American intelligence agents, who helped him settle in Bolivia in 1951. Barbie was extradited to France and put on trial in 1987, where he received a sentence of life in prison. You will not find the normal usual footage showing atrocities. Instead he uses his interview skills with those who knew Barbie. This documentary is about 4 1/2 hours, and you will not want to take a break.