Praise for Michael Verhoeven's THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER
“Films like Unknown Soldier make sure that the crimes and those who committed them are not forgotten, even if those who committed them are our grandparents.” - Greencine
“An unsparing look at the emotional firestorm unleashed by the prelude to and aftermath of a 1997 exhibition in Munich examining the role of regular German soldiers during the Holocaust. Skinheads, historians and aging eyewitnesses lend voices to this perspective on Germany's still-conflicted soul. What gives Unknown Soldier its punch is its rare footage of atrocities committed not just by traditionally vilified SS squads, but by German army units and citizens of occupied eastern Europe systematically brainwashed into equating Bolshevism with Judaism… Unknown Soldier convicts the perpetrators with its own data."
- International Herald Tribune