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In the Presence of Mine Enemies (1997)





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Rod Serling's sobering drama, originally shown on Playhouse 90, is re-made in this made-for-cable movie. The setting is the Warsaw Ghetto in 1943, where Jews are either carted off to Nazi death camps or left to die in the disease-ridden squalor of the streets. Armin Mueller-Stahl stars as Rabbi Heller, a father who is struggling to retain his commitment to peace in the face of the horrors he sees around him. Heller stands his moral ground while watching his daughter Rachel targeted by a German soldier and his son transformed into a hateful ex-prisoner. Director Joan Micklin Silver effectively re-creates the claustrophobic feel of the Ghetto and music group Dead Can Dance provides the emotive score.


Armin Mueller-Stahl
as Rabbi Adam Heller
Elina Löwensohn
as Rachel Heller
Don McKellar
as Paul Heller
Charles Dance
as Captain Richter
Chad Lowe
as Segeant Lott
Tony Nardi
as Emmanuel
John Dunn-Hill
as Josef Chinik
Diana Salatskaya
as Child Singer
Susan Almgren
as Mrs. Czerwiec
Howard Rosenstein
as Vendor with Baby Carriage
Jack Fisher
as Councilman 1
Derek Johnston
as German Corporal
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