‘I Saw a Resemblance Between Trump’s Campaign and the Nazi Albert Speer’

The documentary ‘Speer Goes to Hollywood’ reveals the true face of the Nazis’ chief architect Albert Speer, through conversations he had for a potential Hollywood biopic. Director Vanessa Lapa reveals the impact that making two films about Nazi war criminals had on her

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A still from the documentary "Speer Goes to Hollywood," about Nazi war criminal Albert Speer.
A still from the documentary "Speer Goes to Hollywood," about Nazi war criminal Albert Speer.Credit: Walter Frentz Collection, Berlin
Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman
Film director Vanessa Lapa.
A scene from "Speer Goes to Hollywood."
Heinrich Himmler reviews troops of the Galician SS-Volunteer Infantry Division Michael Karkoc in June 1944.Credit: AP
President Donald Trump gestures at a campaign rally in support of U.S. Senate Republican candidates Sen. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue in Dalton, at the beginning of the year.Credit: Brynn Anderson / AP