Expired December 20, 2023 7:00 PM
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The film is online until the 20th of December.

Pay what you can. The guide ticket price for this screening is £10.

After the 7pm screening on the 13th there will be a live Q&A at 8pm hosted by Wendy Robbins.

The December 13 screening at 7pm and Q&A at 8pm can be viewed any time until December 20th at 7pm.

This hour-long documentary explores the importance of identity and who we become when our identity is stolen. And it is a story about how creativity can help us process inner trauma.


Marika Henriques is a Jungian therapist, a survivor of the Holocaust and the creator of visionary art. Now in her 80s, she tells her story for the first time.


As a young girl, Marika was hidden from the Nazis in a Budapest cellar. Separated from her own family she had to pretend to be someone else’s child to stay alive. Marika was able finally to face the deep wound inflicted on her all those years ago through drawing.


The documentary’s themes, of the trauma of war, migration, and the refugee experience, are powerfully resonant today.


Marika tells her unforgettable story with insight and emotion. The film is brought to life by her luminous presence, images of her father’s unique illustrated diaries, archive footage and Marika’s mesmerising drawings and tapestries.

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