Name some of your favourites! Fiction films welcome, as long as they have some basis in real events and aren't a complete fantasy - there are some really interesting ones out there. Personally I'd like to give some credit out to Swing Kids (1993) a fictious story about, well, just that; the swing kids. It wasn't a perfect realization of Nazi Germany by any means, but I felt it kept to the times well and delivered a historical story that not many have heard in an accessible but strong way. As for the second, it isn't fiction, but Night and Fog (1955) the French New Wave documentary about the concentration camps was an incredibly powerful and moving documentary, as well as being the first to use some of the most disturbing war photography to really show how brutal the camps were. It's definitely something everyone should see at least once, in my humble opinion.