I've started watching The Man in the High Castle (2015) and became quite impressed with the overall idea and presentation of the post-WWII alternative reality. It looked like the producers chose to use a lot of real facts/names from our history, however, they've decided not to use Hitler's real facial features and I would go as far as to say that there was no obvious resemblance to the real Hitler (IMHO). What might be the reason for such a decision, considering how easily they could've made him look recognizable? Is there some sort of moral or ethical burden?
For the benefit of those like me who haven't watched the series, here's a picture of Hitler in The Man in the High Castle, as played by Wolf Muser:
To me, this is still recognisably Hitler, just an older, greyer Hitler. The Man in the High Castle takes place in 1962, when Hitler would have been 73, so it makes sense to me that he wouldn't look exactly like he did during World War II - he would have aged considerably since then, and indeed, he appears to have done so.