Who has seen this movie with Kenneth Branagh, Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci? It is a re-enactment of the Wannsee Conference, the secret meeting at which Nazi executives decided to enact the Final Solution and exterminate the Jews within the boundaries of their empire. Despite its being relatively unknown, it's a very good film for a number of reasons. First, its accuracy in minute historical details is impressive, as well as the way it works these details into the script naturally. The second reason is that impressive manner in which the film manages to distinguish between the traits and objectives of all of the characters, despite the fact that they could easily have all been portrayed as the same guy (Nazi) wanting the same thing (exterminating Jews). The actors do a great job of knowing their individual characters and having the interplay between them be compelling despite their doing nothing but sitting at a table. Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh gave performances that wouldn't be out of place with an Oscar nomination, if you ask me. It's both a fine display of acting and a film that has important historical value. People who know of these historical events in some detail will probably have a greater appreciation for some of the references. I'd actually recommend viewing this movie after you've either studied a bit of the history or watched a few other Holocaust / WW2 related movies. I wouldn't make it the first film you view on the subject, unless you plan on revisiting it later. 9/10.