“I thought I was the only one.” These are the words of Hanni Lévy, one of 7,000 Jews who hid in Berlin after it was declared “free of Jews” by Goebbels in May 1943. Of these, only 1,700 survived. They adopted disguises, hid in abandoned buildings, or were sheltered by Communists or sympathetic Germans. This docudrama traces the true stories of four young Jews who hid in plain sight and survived against all odds.
(Director: Claus Räfle, Germany, 2017)
The film will be followed by a question/answer session.
1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Admission is free (donations welcome). Light snacks may be brought to the venue.
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** (Room subject to change; please check monitor at 519 when arriving for the film screening).
This is the fourth film of our six film series. Click here for information on the other films.