Throughout this documentary, 81-year-old Traudl Junge faces the camera and recounts her days spent taking dictation from Adolph Hitler, from 1942 to his final hours in the bunker. What she’s really facing, however, is her own conscience. A fascinating study of self-forgiveness, Blind Spot explores how we come to make the decisions that will define our lives – and then how we live with them. This is most clear when filmmakers Andre Heller and Othmar Schmiderer eschew the question-and-answer format and instead focus on Junge’s face while she watches her previously taped interviews on a video monitor. As her lips unconsciously attempt to match her words, it is as if she’s still trying to understand how her life took the path that it did.