(1988, feature, 35mm, color, 108 minutes)
Based on a true story, Istvan Szabo's Hanussen centers on an Austrian soldier (Klaus Maria Brandauer) who becomes clairvoyant after he is shot in the head during World War I. He is able to read minds and predict the future. Before long, he has foreseen Hitler and the Nazis' rise to power, and he soon finds himself in danger.
Hanussen is the third of Szabo and Brandauer's collaborations, following Mephisto and Colonel Redl.