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HOSTED BY VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY HOLOCAUST LECTURE SERIES & THE JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE


Special welcome from Vanderbilt University's Chaplain The Rev. Christopher Donald


After the film debuts on October 28th, there will be a LIVE discussion with Dr. Frank Boehm, chair of Vanderbilt’s Medical Ethics Committee starting at approximately 8:45pm. This Premium live stream will be viewable on AppleTV, Firestick and Roku devices.


If you're not able to join us at that time, the discussion will be recorded and available to watch at your convenience.

A moment's decision at a traffic accident causes repercussion for a Jewish surgeon and a neo-Nazi’s family. Simone Segre (Alessandro Gassmann) rushes to the scene of a hit and run accident to treat the victim. When he sees a swastika tattooed on the man's chest, he loosens the tourniquet and leaves him to a certain death. Wracked with guilt the doctor has to confront his own ethics and morals while trying to take care of the Nazi's family.


Italian with subtitles


Winner Best Italian Film Venice International Festival Winner Best Actor Alessandro Gassmann, Venice International Festival

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    95 minutes
  • Language
    Italian
  • Country
    Italy
  • Note
    Italian with subtitles
  • Director
    Mauro Mancini