Taking a left turn away from our list, the guys dive into Alternate History! This week, they talk about Fatherland, the HBO made-for-TV movie about the world of the 1960s had Germany won WWII and buried its horrific secrets from the rest of the world. Why does Rutger Hauer have such great chemistry with child actors? Is the futuristic architecture in this movie accurate? Why does the Holocaust get revealed via a Bond villain monologue? And could the ending be more convoluted!? Find out!


Next week: We take a look at the first of many films that PASTE Magazine deemed great but not war-y enough.

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Fatherland stars Rutger Hauer, Miranda Richardson, Peter Vaughan, Michael Kitchen, John Woodvine, Rupert Penry-Jones, John Shrapnel and Jean Marsh; directed by Christopher Menaul.

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