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This beautifully crafted and highly intelligent film explores the personal experience of a third-generation Holocaust survivor in Berlin. She travels from place to place, from person to person, trying to understand how the Holocaust impacted her father’s family and why his second generation of survivors was so silent about it. As she searches for traces of the Holocaust around her, the past keeps leading her back to her own internal life, since she is still living in Germany. What is it like to be Jewish in the land of the perpetrators? This poignant question has lost none of its relevance 75 years after the end of the Nazi regime and the almost complete extermination of Judaism in Europe.

Accompanying the film premiere is a discussion with director Sharon Ryba-Kahn and moderator Jenni Frumer. To view the conversation please click here.


The Miami Jewish Film Festival virtual program is made possible with the generous support of Benjamin Nahum and Tamar Roodner.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    90 minutes
  • Language
    German, Yiddish, English
  • Country
  • Premiere
    North American Premiere
  • Director
    Sharon Ryba-Kahn
  • Screenwriter
    Sharon Ryba-Kahn
  • Cinematographer
    Omri Aloni
  • Editor
    Evelyn Rack
  • Music
    Dascha Dauenhauer