Never Let Them See You Cry
(Nunca dejes que te vean llorar)
Commercial Fiction / Thriller
In March 1978 the world is shocked by the theft of Charlie Chaplin’s corpse. The thieves ask for money from his family, but the real motive is revenge. Nostalgic for past glory but convinced that Hitler’s dreams are still feasible, a secret former Nazi plans to instigate all the neo-Nazi cells with a symbolic act: profaning the English comic’s body, as retaliation for the unforgivable offense to the Führer and National Socialism of his film The Great Dictator. But stealing Chaplin’s body is just the start of a thrilling plot that takes place over several years and in various places (1942, 1952, 1978, 2007, 2009; Paris, Berlin, Hollywood, New York, Miami, Switzerland), featuring cameos by Goebbels, Hitler, Che Guevara, Joe DiMaggio, and Marilyn Monroe, and starring countless furious fascists who refuse to give up on the dream of an Aryan German empire.