Although this is very dated, it is still an excellent true story of a World War 2 hero - Raoul Wallenberg, who was responsible for saving thousands of Jews. However, at more than 3 hours long, I found... Read morethis to be too drawn out. Other than that, it was still a good watch, even though I was somewhat distracted towards the long awaited ending.
Raoul Wallenberg (Richard Chamberlain) is a Swedish college student who mocks the lethal politics of Adolph Hitler, to the chagrin of his society matron mother (Bibi Andersson). Wallenberg joins the Swedish diplomatic core and with various allies, including a German baroness (Alice Krige), risks his life and reputation to become instrumental in protecting Jews in Budapest, Hungary, from the Nazis. Though his bravery and heroism saves thousands, Wallenberg himself faces an uncertain fate.