As a child growing up in the German town of Dachau, filmmaker Bernd Fischer considered it “a place like any other.” It's an opinion shared by many local boosters and politicians, who want the world to stop brooding over the notorious concentration camp and focus instead on the town's architecture and annual beetroot festival. Other Dachauers, including a Carmelite nun and a holocaust survivor who's now a docent at the deserted camp, work equally hard to preserve the memory of radical evil. Moving, disturbing, and mordantly funny, this 2003 feature is a cogent brief on the state of the German soul in relation to its Nazi past. In German with subtitles. 77 min.