I saw the film and consider it excellent, accompanied with the 2 part documentary. No, you see plenty of Germans killing and being beastly, and yes, like it or not Poles and Ukranians etc collaborated (the film also shows Poles who help the Jew) and yes, some Germans also suffered and no, that does not change one iota that the Nazi Germans caused WWII and the Shoah and immense suffering for millions of people, including by the way German children. Do we really have to descend to such a low level that one "competes" for suffering? And this film is about a small episode : it focuses on the eastern front. It makes it plain that the Wehrmacht was involved in atrocities. It is not a historical documentary about the rise of Hitler or about Warsaw ghetto. Schindlers list also focuses on one topic. The critic is unfair.
First refugees travelling on Hungarian bus arrive at Austrian border (Reuters)
from the article: TV drama reopens debate over Germans' Holocaust guilt