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reż. Ali Kellner, Kanada 2017, 5’

Vera Reiner was seized from her home and family in Budapest at a young age in World War II. Taken as a Jewish prisoner, she recounts the story of how she survived along with thousands of other women during the Nazi occupation of Austria and Hungary in 1944. Through the use of animated visuals, Vera tells how she was separated from her mother and forced on a death march to the Austria-Hungarian border to dig trenches in order to stop the approaching fleet of the Russian army. Language: English. Subtitles: Polish 

26 November, SUNDAY, POLIN Museum, 2:00pm

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