Robert Kramer documents in NOTRE NAZI the “behind the scenes” of the film WUNDKANAL, which was directed by Thomas Harlan. Harlan’s film is meant as an intervention, perhaps an attempt at a Tikkun. Dr. Alfred Filbert, a former SS-Obersturmbannführer, was brought to play himself but more so to be confronted by Harlan on a recording camera. Kramer documents the troubling filming process and the interactions between Harlan and the Filbert. WUNDKANAL becomes itself the stage, the ritual that engages Filmbert (who is very different than the unremorseful protagonists of Joshua Oppenheimer’s 2012 ACT OF KILLING). Kramer's film is the documentation of that performance, observing both the camera's subject and the intrusive camera itself, as well as the reaction of the crew, becoming a meditation on the place or no-place for cinema as a ritual for healing or vengeance.
Read Film Comment’s Kent Jone’s description here: https://www.filmlinc.org/films/our-nazi/