1 hr 35 min
Director: Ben Parker
Set in West Poland just after World War II, writer/director Ben Parkers period piece follows a troop of Russian soldiers as they try, despite their personal reservations, to follow orders and deliver Hitler’s corpse to Stalin in Moscow. “Burial” starts with a home invasion in 1991: Karl , a tough-talking neo-Nazi, sneaks into the London apartment of unassuming pensioner Anna Marshall, who, during WWII, was actually a Russian soldier named Brana. Karl has heard stories about Anna’s past and wants to know if they’re true: did she really transport Hitler’s body out of Berlin, and if so, where is it now? Anna swiftly tases and doses Karl, and chains him to her radiator. She then tells him her what really happened, because he only knows part of the truth.