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Rare home movie footage shot in Poland in 1938 becomes a priceless historical artifact, documenting people and places obliterated by the Holocaust. A snippet of 16mm film offers an emotionally charged, meditative glimpse into the lives of the unsuspecting Jewish citizens of a small Polish village at the precipice of World War II.

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    69 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States, Poland
  • Note
    Documentary
  • Director
    Bianca Stigter
  • Screenwriter
    Bianca Stigter and Glenn Kurtz
  • Cast
    Helena Bonham Carter (Narrator); Glenn Kurts (Self); Moszek Tuchendler (Self - as Maurice Chandler)
  • Editor
    Katharina Wartena