Director: Chanoch Zeevi. 83 min. Not Rated. USA/Germany/Israel. Documentary.
The descendants of Himmler, Goering, Hoess, and Amon Goeth (made famous by Schindler's List) among others, are interviewed about how their feeling of guilt drove them to change their names, write books chastising their forefathers, and sterilize themselves so they wouldn't pass on their "Nazi genes". Does a decent job at showing the crushing pressure they're living under, but occasionally becomes cliche (one telling a class of Israeli children he would kill his grandfather Rudolph Hoess if he was here), and fails to explain why these people feel such a huge burden, when they had no say in the matter?