Thrilling, edge-of-your-seat docu-drama about the real life intrigue leading up to the sensational capture and trial of SS Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann. Blind Holocaust survivor Lothar Hermann is a tango accordionist scraping out a living in Buenos Aires bars, when his daughter Sylvia brings her new boyfriend Nick to the family home. As he hears Nick talk, both about the war and his father, the blind man detects something chillingly familiar in his speech. The battle to prove his suspicions to the German and Israeli authorities stretches the family, and the young lovers, to their limits. Including astonishing dramatised interviews with a relaxed Eichmann in his new identity, taken by Dutch SS officer turned journalist Willem Sassen (Ulrich Tukur) this is a gripping, cinematic recreation of a seminal episode in post-war history.