L E   F I F A
L E   F I F A


Willy Perelsztejn

Belgium, Luxembourg | 2018 | 1 h 29 min
French, English, German |
Subtitles: French
Ashcan is a theatrical docudrama telling the little-known story of the secret prison where Nazi leaders were detained following the Allied victory on May 8, 1945. The US Army ran the prison in Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg, during the grey period between the end of the war and the Nuremberg trials. The film takes viewers to the heart of the Nazi regime, painting a portrait of their leaders through US intelligence. A fascinating look at a rarely-documented historical moment.
Also presented:
37th International Festival of Films on Art, Canada (2019)
Director Willy Perelsztejn
Script Willy Perelsztejn
Editing Ewin Ryckaert
Sound Carlo Thoss
Cinematography Carlo Thiel
Music André Mergenthaler


Willy Perelsztejn

Willy Perelsztejn

Legal counsel prior to producing award-winning documentaries, in Belgium and Luxemburg, Willy Perelsztejn is the founder and director of Les Films de la Mémoire (Belgium) and Nowhere Land Productions (Luxemburg). For the last 30 years, Willy Perelsztejn has been writing, directing and producing documentaries with a focus around three themes: history, memory and identity. Ashcan is his second film as director after David Susskind – Story of a Mensch.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
ASHCAN (2018); David Susskind – Story of a Mensch (2007)

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