(*) story told from a German perspective, not movies that sympathize with Nazi Germany
Even Der Untergang shows the torments of the German people as the hostages and latest victims of the Nazi regime and in the Boy With the Striped Pajamas, the main character is a Nazi's son but still, a good German boy.
The simple one first. "The Last Bridge" or "Die letzte Brücke" (1954) , 7.4 rating, and 275 votes. "A German nurse gets sent to the front because she gives medical aid to a wounded Serbian partisan during World War II." The IMDb user reviews on this are good.
The other is "The Devil's General", 7.4 rating, 879 votes. Great reviews and one of Curd Jürgens' signature roles. It is a filmed version of a play based the life of Udet who was the highest ranking surviving German flier of WW1 who in his love of flying, doing aerial stunts and to build airplanes made the mistake to agreeing to a deal from Gehrig that Udet become a member of the Nazi Party in order for him to continue flying. Even Udet said that in order to keep flying, one has to make a deal with the devil; therefore, the origin of the title of the play, "Des Teufels General" "The Devil's General". Udet was one of the first to realize that the Germans couldn't keep up production of the airplanes he designed, that the Nazis used him for publicity, and that Germany was going to lose the war in the time when Germany was at it's highest winning position in WW2, 1941. He shot himself Nov. 16, 1941. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=itmAdu7...
In the movie, Udet is called "Gen. Harry Harras" and the plot summary goes like this, "1941, the Third Reich seems to be winning the war. Luftwaffe (air force) general Harry Harras enjoys the good life as highly respected technician and Berlin ministry/ HQ official. However his outspoken critical attitude at social occasions awakes hopes from opposition and suspicion from the Nazi party. He suddenly finds himself approached and arrested by the Gestapo, who psychologically torture him. Next his position is threatened by technical aircraft trouble he'll be blamed for but may result from sabotage."
I just put them on my watch list.
May I suggest 49th parallel (1941) A best Picture Oscar nominee and probably the first film made from a German perspective and with Nazi characters in starring role, following a crew of germans trying to escape from Canada where they are stranded.
I liked the film very much and recommend it.
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