Based on the Frederick Forsyth novel, THE ODESSA FILE is a movie directed by Ronald Neame in 1974.
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Peter Miller, a German journalist, stumbles upon the diary of an old survivor of the Riga concentration camp and learns that the commanding officer of that camp -Eduard Roschmann- is still alive in Germany under a pseudonym. While trying to pinpoint Roschmann, Miller will have to face ODESSA, an organization of nazis who haven't given up the idea of ruling the world.
Helped by Simon Wiesenthal and Jewish secret agents, Miller tries to sneak into ODESSA but is soon the target of the ODESSA killers. Fortunately, Miller has the opportunity to steal a file which lists the new identities of all the ODESSA members. Now Miller is after Roschmann who has become a wealthy industrial.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler