Here's a gem I found on Netflix streaming video over the weekend. Highly recommended.
This is the story of Sophie Scholl, a young German woman who, with her brother and others, operated an anti-Nazi organization called "The White Rose" during World War II. Most of the movie involves some riveting scenes of Sophie being interrogated by the Gestapo. It's refreshing to see a movie that relies on well-written, suspenseful dialogue and solid acting rather than shootouts, explosions, spinning cameras, and rapid-fire editing.
In German, with English subtitles.