BY CHARLES BURK
On trial in Nuremberg for selling priceless paintings to Hitler and his army, a Jewish art restorer has to prove his innocence and reveal one of the most incredible anti-Nazi efforts in history.
A painter paints, but a true artist possesses an ability to create the world in which they wish to live.
The Nuremberg Trials marked the ending of World War II with the Nuremberg trials. A series of hearings would hold all who alighted with Hitler and his army accountable to their accounts. One man stands before the court for selling millions of dollars worth of stolen artworks to Hitler for his private collections. But the truth is more intricate than you can imagine and would soon be known as the greatest anti-Nazi effort of all time.
A young Jewish savant who works as an art restorer for a prestigious family finds himself in the middle of a World war, having to choose sides between friends and family, good and evil.
In a war-torn world having to abandon everything he knows. One thing that remains is his ability to recreate any painting he sees perfectly. Using his skill and Hitler's love for art, this Jewish man and his childhood friend begin forging famous works Hitler and using the money to fund the allied forces.
JACOBE HINDZ, 23