My Neighbor Adolf

96 mins.
Directed by  Leon Prudovsky
English, German, Hebrew and Spanish with English subtitles

Polsky (David Hayman), a lonely and grumpy Holocaust survivor, lives in the remote 1960s Colombian countryside. He spends his days playing chess and tending his beloved rose bushes.

When a mysterious old German man (Udo Kier) moves in next door, Polsky suspects that his new neighbor is, of all people, Adolf Hitler. Since nobody believes him, he embarks on a detective mission to prove that what he believes is true. But in order to gather evidence, he will need to get closer to his neighbor than he would like. So close that the two could almost become friends.

Presented as part of the Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival.