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Shortly after his father's death, Bobby returns to his native England and discovers a suitcase full of documents, letters and photos, documenting the story of his family who perished in the Holocaust - the story his father never told him. He turns to Manuel, his German-born childhood friend, to translate the documents. Manuel, who hails from a family steeped in cinematic history and whose aunt was married to Stanley Kubrick, reveals that he too has recently uncovered a dark family secret: his father's uncle was the infamous Nazi filmmaker Veit Harlan, director of the film "Jud Suss" - banned from screening to the present day and considered the most notorious anti-Semitic propaganda film in history. Together they embark on a voyage to Berlin to discover more about their respective pasts- a journey which puts their friendship to the test.
  • Year
  • Runtime
    58 minutes
  • Language
    English, Hebrew, German w/subtitles
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Palm Beach County
  • Director
    Bobby Lax
  • Screenwriter
    Bobby Lax
  • Cinematographer
    David Zarif
  • Editor
    Arik Lahav Leibovitch
  • Sound Design
    Yossi Applebaum
  • Music
    Ran Bagno