Last Flight to Berlin
Filmmaker Robert Linnell was just two months old when his father, the pilot of a heavy bomber, was shot down in 1944. Sixty years later, Linnell sets off to document his father's war story - from small-town Saskatchewan to the skies over Berlin - and to visit the place where he died. Little did he know that his quest would end in a face-to-face meeting with the German fighter pilot who shot down his father's plane.
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