On Tuesday night, 11/15 at 9PM EST on PBS (times may vary by location) there is a special program called " Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals"
It got high praise in an article in the WSJ today by Dorothy Rabinowitz. The film is narrated by Candice Bergen who is a widow of Louis Malle who produced the film " Au Revoir Les Enfants" based on Malle's memory of the French Catholic boys' school he attended during the war. The school had sheltered Jewish students who were ultimately betrayed and dragged off to Auschwitz, where they were gassed upon arrival. The headmaster, Lucien Bunel--Pere Jacques de Jesus-- was arrested and sent to Mauthausen, one of the deadliest camps in the Nazi system. The Malle film's title quotes his last words to the assembled students as he is taken away.
Here is the last paragraph of Robinowitz's article:
"Section after section of the narrative is made rich in the same way--by taking the familiar in this history to newer and deeper levels. This is true, no less of the final part on the complicated efforts to deport war criminals living in America. Altogether a rare achievement and a spellbinding one."