The rise of national socialism in Germany should not be regarded as a conspiracy of madmen. Millions of "good" people found themselves in a society spiraling into terrible chaos. A film about then, which illuminates the terrors of now.
The banality of evil has met its match in the banality of " Good ," a Holocaust parable that barely registers a pulse. Viggo Mortensen plays a literature professor in Hitler's Germany who is offered a job writing a paper for the party. The Fuhrer is said more