Richard Chamberlain is magnificent in his portrayal of Wallenberg, whose tireless and heroic effoerts saved over 70,000 Jewish Hungarian citizens in 1945. This version of his story is not as completely dark, depressing and harrowing as the Swedish production done in 2003, but it is still heart-wrenching in its depiction of the savagery of the Nazis in German-occupied Hungary. Wallenberg's on-going fearless battle with Adolph Eichman gives us a glimpse into the mind of this sadistic lunatic, Eichman, and shows what true courage can accomplish as Wallenberg uses every resource and brilliant strategy to save the lives of the Jews in Budapest. Because it is a true story, I watch it to reaffirm my faith in humanity. The world needs to know that there are people like Wallenberg in it.