Tucson Int'l Jewish Film Festival

Labyrinth of Peace, Episodes 4-6

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Available February 11, 2022 7:00 PM UTC
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It’s 1945, and the war is over, but its repercussions are not, especially for thousands of displaced Jewish children. This gripping series follows a group of these refugee children, who are temporarily housed in a small Swiss village under difficult conditions. At the same time, Switzerland, while neutral during the war, becomes a hub for Nazi war criminals, trying to smuggle their assets, including money and valuables looted from Jews. The protagonists must grapple with issues of morality and ethics, as they try to decide where their loyalties should lie.

 

Post Film Program: Wednesday, February 16 at 7pm via Zoom Meeting

             

Jonathan Lewis, historian and Assistant Dean of Operations and Faculty in the College of Education at the University of Phoenix, will be in conversation with Professor David Graizbord, Acting Director of The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies at The University of Arizona, about the role that Switzerland played during and after the war. 

 

Sponsored by: Joy and Mike Feldman, Fay Green and Family 

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    3 x 50
  • Language
    Swiss and German with English subtitles
  • Country
    Switzerland