The English name for this movie may be Labyrinth of Lies, but the literal translation from the German title is Labyrinth of Silence. It follow WWII in Germany, a time when very few people wanted to publicly air the dirty laundry of the Holocaust and the volume of citizens who were involved. The action starts in 1958, when a journalist tips off a young prosecutor named Johann Radmann about all the buried crimes and decides to try to convict people involved with Auschwitz, much to the dismay of pretty much everyone around him. As it turns out, many public figures have Nazi pasts that they don't want to reveal. Luckily, in the midst of all this madness, Johann manages to find an affair with Friederike Becht, who unzips her dress and shows off some amazing lingerie. Maybe that's what gave him the encouragement he needed to get to the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials?