whole: a sepia tinted photograph occupies the majority of the page with the central section highlighted in colour. A
broad, vertical red strip runs across the image. This contains three blocks of bold white type and a block of six lines of capitalised
black type at the bottom of the page, followed by two lines of corporate logos in black. The main title of the poster is positioned with
one word in black in the centre of the red strip, running into a second word in white, positioned over the photograph. There are several
sections of text in beige overlaying the image, imitating the text and font of a bank note.
image: the portion of the image on the right shows a man working over an etching plate. He looks up to the right, holding a stylus poised
over the plate. The plate is illuminated by a metal lamp, reflecting a golden light. The plate sits on top of sheets of printed banks
notes. In the background the shoulder and chest of a passing guard can be seen. The guard has a Nazi insignia incorporating a swastika and
and eagle on his sleeve and machine gun slung over his shoulder. The second portion of the photograph is a portion of a woman's face, her
chin resting on her hand, revealing a diamond bracelet on her wrist.
text: ' "Cinema a its most powerful"
DAILY MIRROR DAVID EDWARDS
"One of this yeras' most important films"
RADIO 5 LIVE RICH CLINE
A TRUE STORY
THE COUNTERFEITERS 75517
15 CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE AND INFREQUENT STRONG VIOLENCE
A CLEVER MAN
TO MAKE MONEY
IT TAKES A GENIUS
TO STAY ALIVE
A PRODUCTION OF AICHHOLTZER FILM AND MAGNOLIA FILM PRODUKTION IN CO PRODUCTION WITH STUDIO BABLESBERG MOTION PICTURES/ BABELSBERG FILM AND
ZDF CAST KARL MARKOVICS AUGUST DIEHL DEVID STRIESOW MARIE BAUMER MARTIN BRAMBACH DOLORES CHAPLIN LENN KUDRJAWIKZI TILO PRUCKNER ANDRES
SCHMIDT VEIT STRUBNER SEBASTIAN URZENDOWSKY AND AUGUST ZIRNER CASTING HETA MANTSGHEFF SET DESIGN ISIDOR WIMMER COSTUMES NICHOLA FISCHNALLER
MAKE UP WALDEMAR POKROMSKI MUSIC MARIUS RUHLAND TANGOS PERFORMED BY HUGO DIAZ EDITING BRITTA NAHLER SOUND TORSTEN HEINEMANN TATJANA JAKOB
TOBIAS FLIEG DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY BENEDICT NEUENFELS AAG/BVK PRODUCTION MANAGER MONIKA MARUSCHKO CHRISTIAN SPRINGER
SCRIPTWRITER/DIRECTOR STEFAN RUZOWITZKY COPRODUCERS CAROLINE VON SENDEN HENNIG MOLFENTER DR. KARL L. WOEBECKEN PRODUCERS JOSEF AICHHOLZER
NINA OHLMANN BABETTE SCHROEDER'
Film poster for a 2007 film telling the story of Salomon Sorowitsch and a team of Jewish counterfeiters imprisoned in
Mauthausen concentration camp and selected by the Nazis to produce counterfeit US dollars and pounds and bring down the Allied powers as
part of Operation Bernhard.
One of the most memorable elements of the Holocaust Exhibition is the video testimony by survivors which accompanies visitors along the route. But what happened to the survivors after the Second World War? How did they rebuild their lives in the years that followed their release from Nazi persecution?
As the Allies advanced across Europe at the end of the Second World War, they came across concentration camps filled with sick and starving prisoners. The first major camp to be liberated was Majdanek near Lublin, Poland in July 1944.