I was looking for a thread for this. But, looks like I must start one. Here in South Africa in 1988, a local drama film was made set in WW2, called 'The Fourth Reich'. I thought it's basically about the Nazi origins of Apartheid. Now, Apartheid was partly of Nazi origin, Dutch origin (separate development (Apartheid in English) of Catholics and Protestants), and bitter memories of the concentration camps in the Anglo-Boer War. The Afrikaners are of Dutch, German and French origin. In WW2 (and WW1, for that matter) a large amount of them wanted South Africa to be on the side of Germany. So, the film is about another Afrikaner trying to stop a pro-Nazi Afrikaner from attempting to assassinate Jan Smuts, for that purpose.
I thought the film was quite good - a bit long though. It's unfortunately not available on DVD. (Here there are plenty of local films that also unfortunately aren't.) It's also actually very scarce and not very well known, even here.
Recently in fact, a local company made a series called 'Shoreline', about the country's shoreline from northwest to northeast. It included an insert about that event. I contacted them, and mentioned that film. They never knew about it. I suggested that film could come out on DVD, with that Shoreline insert as a bonus feature.
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