A 1975 film starring Maximilian Schell as highly eccentric, possibly insane Jewish New York City businessman Arthur Goldman. We are introduced to Goldman as he issues orders to his assistant Charlie Cohen over business, rants about the death of his father in Auschwitz at the hands of SS Colonel Karl Dorf, whom he barely survived, and seems paranoid that Dorf remains alive, plotting to finish him. Goldman compares himself to Jesus Christ and generally comes off as a raving, nearly deranged man. Then his paranoid fantasies seem to be justified, as the same car is seen across from his building numerous times, and he finally orders Charlie to go confront its occupants. They turn out to be Israeli agents, who burst into his apartment with guns drawn, accusing him of being Dorf, and displaying medical evidence which they say proves it. Proudly admitting it now, he is taken back to Israel and put on trial for crimes against humanity, where he defends himself (in SS uniform) from inside of a bulletproof glass booth, hence the film title.
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