The 2001 film "Conspiracy" is about the so-called "Final Solution" to the problem of getting rid of Jews as efficiently, cheap, and fast as possible in Nazi Germany. Many hotshots of the evil regime had gathered in a landhouse owned by Heydrich, who coined the term.
The meeting, which actually took place, is portrayed as a jolly dinner and the men used this occasion to show others their rank or establish their own. There was not so much attention for the solution itself. Most were more interested in the wine, food, or waitresses.
One of them (I think it was Göring) arrived late in his plane.
Was this how things really went? Are there any notes of those who were actually there describing the event (Wannsee Konferenz)?