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The Aryan Couple full movie is released on Oct 13, 2006. Watch The Aryan Couple online - the English Drama movie from United Kingdom , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $316,527. The Aryan Couple is directed by John Daly and created by John Daly with Martin Landau and Judy Parfitt. The Aryan Couple is available online on Hoopla and Tubi TV.

In 1944, in Hungary, the wealthy Jewish industrialist Joseph Krauzenberg is forced by the Reichführer Heinrich Himmler to deliver his 3,000 employee factory; his palace with his collection of antiques and arts; a large amount in gold; and his house to the Reich. In return, the Nazis would send his big family that is arrested in Gestapo safe and sound to the neutral Switzerland and then to Palestine. Himmler schedules a dinner with Krauzenberg and his wife Rachel Krauzenberg to sign the contract and orders the butcher Eichmann to not do harm to the imprisoned Jews relatives of Krauzenberg. Himmer also send the SS Edelhein to check the security of the palace and the two German house servants of Krauzenberg, Hans Vassman and his beautiful pregnant wife Ingrid Vassman. Hans and Ingrid are actually the Jews David and Leila Steinberg and members of the resistance. When the Krauzenberg couple concludes the negotiation with Himmler, Ingrid discloses to the couple that Hans and she are Jews. However, the deal is closed and Joseph has no means to include the young servants in his deal.

As know as:

Арийската двойка, Aryjska para, Alku az életért, The Couple, La pareja aria

Release Date:

Dec 03, 2004

Release Date (Streaming):

Feb 18, 2016

Countries:

United Kingdom, United States

Language:

English

Stream Service:

Slowhand Cinema Releasing

Production Companies:

Atlantic Film Productions, Atlantic Film, Mairis Films

Official Site:

Official site

Gross worldwide:

$316,527

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David Mattin
BBC.com
A case study in why Holocaust movies are so difficult to get right.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 17, 2006
Robert Hanks
Independent (UK)
Its intentions are doubtless good, but it ends up exploiting the Holocaust for cheap suspense.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 14, 2006
Peter Bradshaw
Guardian
It's a sucrose period piece that somehow averts its gaze from the brutal reality of Nazi genocide, and manages to conjure a fatuous feelgood happy ending.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 14, 2006

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