2017 ∙ Documentary Drama ∙ 110 minutes ∙ German ∙ Claus Räfle
In June 1943, Germany infamously declared Berlin “judenfrei” – “free of Jews.” But at that moment there were still 7,000 Jews living in the Nazi capital. Only 1,700 lived to liberation. In this documentary drama, four of those survivors eloquently narrate their own harrowing drama of survival in Berlin – after it was officially declared free of Jews.
SPECIAL FEATURE: Discussion led by Mimi Ash, Film Research and Acquisitions Coordinator at Yad Vashem Visual Center.
In partnership with Jewish Federation of Cincinnati – Silver Circle Society and Create Your Jewish Legacy and Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center.