A thriller about Paula, a chemistry teacher whose life is turned upside down after a one-night stand with James. They become locked in a dance of destruction. Only one can survive.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Paula - Paula Hitler - Netflix
Paula Hitler (also known as Paula Wolff; 21 January 1896 – 1 June 1960) was the younger sister of Adolf Hitler and the last child of Alois Hitler Sr. and his third wife, Klara Pölzl.
Paula - Pre-war life - Netflix
Paula was six years old when her father, Alois Sr., a retired customs official, died, and eleven when she lost her mother Klara, after which the Austrian government provided a small pension to Paula and Adolf. However, the amount was relatively meager and Adolf, who was by then old enough to support himself, agreed to sign his share over to her. Paula later moved to Vienna. In the early 1920s, she was hired as a housekeeper at a dormitory for Jewish university students. In 1921, while she worked at the dormitory, she was visited by her brother Adolf who she said appeared as if he had “fallen from heaven”. Later, she worked as a secretary. For the most part, she had no other contact with her brother during his difficult years as a painter in Vienna and later Munich, military service during World War I and early political activities back in Munich. She was delighted to meet him again in Vienna during the early 1930s. Paula used the surname “Hiedler”, the original spelling of “Hitler”. By her own account, after losing a job with a Viennese insurance company in 1930 when her employers found out who she was, Paula received financial support from her brother (which continued until his suicide in 1945), lived under the assumed family name Wolff at Adolf's request (this was a childhood nickname of his which he had also used during the 1920s for security purposes), and worked sporadically. Adolf appears to have had a low opinion of her intelligence, referring to both Paula and his half-sister Angela as “stupid geese”. She later claimed to have seen her brother about once a year during the 1930s and early 1940s. She worked as a secretary in a military hospital for much of World War II.
Paula - References - Netflix