I had an idea of making a film about this
1945. End of World War II. Officers of SS gather towards Schloss Immendorf. They must leave Austria immediately, since the war is lost. However, together with them, the paintings of Gustav Klimt are reunited. Philosophy, Jurisprudence and Medicine. Another 10 paintings. It seems that these were on view in the castle apartments: the Nazis, the castle's owner later reported, looked at the paintings with appreciation, and one was heard to say that it would be a "sin" for the Russians to get their hands on them.
The next day, the SS unit laid explosives in the castle's four towers and walked out. One man went back and lit a fuse, and a tower burst into flames. As the fire spread, explosives in the other towers detonated. Schloss Immendorf burned for days. Nothing survived of its interior, and the gutted shell was later demolished. According to the eyewitness reports that reached Vienna months later, amid the chaos of defeat, not a single work of art survived.
I thought about a 110 minute film focusing basically in three things: the chaos of war, the ss officers and their madness and a little bit of Gustav Klimt life. I suppose I would put a lot of nazis talking to each other about Nietzsches ideas, and Klimt ideas of a world without too much rationality and more emotion. Then they would compare this ideals with the ideals of a better world. In the meantime, a gay ss officer interpreted by Filo V. would gam Ralph Fiennes (or James Franco since he likes gay roles). But to add a little bit more of this dionisical madness, there would be a "pure austrian girl, probably the daughter of the owner of the castle, that would try to be seduced by some nazi but would escape. Maybe some other characters would be added, otherwise it would be too focused in the nazis, to add some "Gosford Park Murderer" atmosphere.