KELLER I documentary film


On April 20, 1942, in the cellar of a pavilion in Noisy-le-Grand, a suburb in the east of Paris, three radio operators are focussed intently on the signal being relayed to their equipment. Intrepid resistance fighters, they had previously spied on the Fuehrer, eavesdropping on conversations with Adolf Hitler himself, under the direction of engineer Robert Keller. Their future targets comprise the field marshals Keitel, Jodl and Von Runstedt, others in the Luftwaffe, including Sperrle, the leader of the occupation forces, Otto von Stülpnagel, and Goering. This documentary highlights the significance of these clandestine actions in occupied Europe.

Director & DOP & Producer: Laurent Bergers, FR

Production house: Cé La vie Prague