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Award-winning director Roberta Grossman’s impressive documentary opens up a window into 1950s Israel at a time when it was confronted with crushing economic challenges and unprecedented waves of immigration. In urgent need of funds to rebuild lives, both West Germany and Israel secretly negotiated reparations. However, not everyone was in agreement, with many survivors arguing ethical issues—how could any sum of money ever atone for the unspeakable events of the Holocaust.

Virtual Guest Speaker: Award-winning author and historian Fred Rosenbaum.

Underwritten by David Jadeson; Nadine Joseph & Neil Goteiner in memory of her father Théophile Joseph, Z"L, and in honor of her mother Monique Joseph.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    72 minutes
  • Language
    German, Hebrew, English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Roberta Grossman
  • Screenwriter
    Roberta Grossman
  • Producer
    Karen Heilig
  • Co-Producer
    July Hodara
  • Cinematographer
    Alex Pollini
  • Editor
    Christian Callister
  • Composer
    Todd Boekelheide