Four Nazi soldiers holed up in a cabin are so bored of killing escaped Jews that they let the one surviving captive create a role-playing game. Seeing the German sense of supremacy as a possible gateway to freedom, this Jewish American G.I. convinces the soldiers to let him portray their commander and treat them as prisoners until they admit he is superior. Once the endgame is set, the predictability of this deadly serious film becomes overwhelming even for viewers lost daydreaming of Hogan’s Heroes. Director Stolhand gets a high-quality look on a minimal budget, but the script and acting are so amateurish they make Bob Crane’s homemade porn seem insightful.