College freshman Kari Berman and her twin brother Kyle are young, healthy, brilliant, and attractive. To genetic researcher Dr. Martin Speer they're breeding stock, part of his scheme to make a better baby through modern genetics. The World War II Nazi program to breed the perfect Aryan race is alive and well on a midwestern college campus. Kari's life will never be the same when she discovers the shocking truth behind "Lebensborn," and makes an extraordinary decision. Adultery, genetic engineering, white supremacy, DNA, neo-Nazis, Aryan twins, incest it's all in "Lebensborn," accompanied by Wagner opera.
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How far would you go to create the perfect child?
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It was the duty of good racially sound German families to provide their daughters to the program. Young girls with blonde hair and blue eyes.
"Einsam in trüben Tagen," Elsa, Act 1
Written by Richard Wagner
Sung by Emmy Destinn
Original recording (1906) from EMI Archives
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