Israeli filmmaker Chanoch Ze'evi is the probing interviewer behind this chilling, unsettling documentary. He places before his camera the living relatives of infamous Nazi criminals — Goering, Himmler, etc. — to understand how they tick with such family poison pounding in their veins. In general, they are disturbed and repentant, none more than Niklas Frank, who has spent a sorrowful lifetime in writing and lecturing against his father, the Third Reich commandant of Poland. Bettina Goering, the great-niece of the Luftwaffe's Herman, has exiled herself to rural New Mexico. And there is Rainer Hoess, grandson of RudolfHoess, the commander of Auschwitz, who, in a conscious act of penitence, travels to the infamous concentration camp, and, in a scene of extraordinary emotion and courage, initiates an impromptu discussion there with tough-minded, visiting Israeli students. Winner of the Audience Award at the 2012 Boston Jewish Film Festival.