KELLER I documentary film


On April 20, 1942, in the cellar of a pavilion of Noisy-le-Grand, in the northern suburbs of Paris, three operators are riveted to their equipment. That day, these three resistance fighters, under the direction of engineer Robert Keller, spied live Adolf Hitler, the Fuehrer in person, whom they placed on the listening table. They will also spy on generals Keitel, Jodl, Von Runstedt, the marshals of the Air Milch army, and Sperrle, the leader of the occupation forces, Otto von Stülpnagel and Goering. This is one of the major facts of the clandestine action in occupied Europe.

Director & DOP & Producer: Laurent Bergers, FR

Production house: Cé La vie Prague