◎ 反抗纳粹黨德籍牧師迪特里希‧潘霍華（Dietrich Bonhoeffer）和當時貴族女性代表露絲‧范‧克里絲（matriarch Ruth von Kleist）視迪特里希如自己兒子之間的歷史故事。
In memory of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Ruth von Kleist-Retzow and their kin, who dared to uphold everything that was decent in a world of indecency and injustice.
A compelling German historical biography of faith, framed by religious, political and military conflict, set in the twin cataclysmic backdrop of both world wars, as seen from a fresh Polish perspective. The narrative is enriched with a wide array of compelling and heroic personal stories, including of many extraordinary women, such as the Junker matriarch Ruth von Kleist and her children, in defiance of multiple manifestations of tyranny. The central figure, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, of whom Ruth came to regard like a son, becomes disenchanted with the State Church’s appeasement of the National Socialist agenda, and transitions into a double life as pastor and spy. As the tension builds to the tragic climax, one can draw disturbing parallels with the modern-day subversion of all faiths, Western and traditional, and all other manner of human rights abuses in Xi Jinping’s People’s Republic of China, with tacit approval it seems, from the Vatican in Rome. Moreover, eerie parallels from the death throes of Weimar Germany for America in 2020-21.