'Bonhoeffer' Documents Life of Early Hitler Opponent

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The new film documentary Bonhoeffer chronicles the life of the German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, an early and outspoken critic of the Nazi regime who was eventually executed for a failed plot to kill Hitler. Director Martin Doblmeier talks with NPR's Scott Simon.



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