The late-middle aged son of a Nazi officer embarks on a road trip with his translator, an older Jewish Slovakian man who believes the officer murdered his family. Beautifully filmed in the countryside and small villages of Slovakia, The Interpreter builds suspense while exploring a most unlikely friendship. In German and Slovakian with English subtitles. 114 min. Program introduced by Colby College professor Rory Bradley.
Screened as part of the 22nd Annual Maine Jewish Film Festival!
This program is made possible by the Bernard Osher Foundation, the Lunder Foundation, and the Sam L. Cohen Foundation.