All My Loved Ones

It is the story of an upwardly-mobile Jewish-Czech family before Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia. After initial denial about the looming danger, the family is unable to find a way out of the country upon realizing the reality of the imminent Nazi threat. An uncle in the family meets Nicholas Winton, the (real life) British humanitarian who, just before the start of the Second World War, organized the rescue of several hundred Jewish children from German-occupied Czechoslovakia and likely death in the Holocaust. The operation was later known as the Czech Kindertransport. The storyline focuses heavily on Silberstein family members, with Nicholas Winton (portrayed by Rupert Graves) appearing briefly in key scenes near the end of the film.

Original title:
Vsichni moji blízcí
Year:
1999
Length:
91 minutes
Director:
Matej Minac
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Poster for All My Loved Ones

Shown at

  1. 25th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2015

2 Responses

  1. Karyn Golden says:

    I do movie night at my Synagogue and would love to show this on DVD very soon. I am a cancer survivor and my community was wonderful and this is how I give back. Thank you.

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