Having read "On Hitler's Mountain" about a child's life in Bechtesgaden during WWII, I was interested to see this documentary about how the children and grandchildren of actual top Nazi war criminals were able to emotionally handle the horror of being related to these people. How do their pasts impinge on their presents? If one is the great-niece of Himmler, does one ever not feel guilt? It was a compelling story of several of the six people followed. Some stories were more moving than others, some descendants have managed to engage in catharsis better than others, some are more conflicted than others. How does one hate his parents or his grandparents? If your father were Himmler and you knew what he would do, what would you do? The pacing was all right, but it didn't have the same depth of engagement with all six of the individuals. It also would have been nice to see one of the descendants who still has a positive view of his ancestor. Obviously none of them would agree to be in such a film. It's available on Netflix.