I rented this from Netflix this week, and originally saw it a few times on HBO when it was on, about 3 years ago. Conspiracy (2001) On January 20, 1942, at the height of the World War II, 15 government officials and SS Commanders attended a conference on the outskirts of Berlin. It was a simple meeting, which -- by the end -- would decide the fate of 6 million lives. This BBC movie is based on the only surviving record of that meeting, which would stand as the blueprint for Hitler's final solution. Kenneth Branagh won an Emmy for his performance as Reinhard Heydrich. Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci Director: Frank Pierson Genre: Drama Format: DVD Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. It's superb, especially Kenneth Branagh. Highly recommended.