The House on August Street

The remarkable story of Beate Berger, a German Jew who rescued over 100 children during the Holocaust, smuggling them from Berlin to Palestine in the 1930s. This is a film about memory, about hope and about an amazing rescue operation run by one woman who had the historical vision and understanding of the reality in 1933 Berlin that few others had.

Year:
2007
Length:
63 minutes
Country:

Shown at

  1. 4th Jewish Film Festival Zagreb - 2010
  2. Temple Beth-El Jewish Film Festival - 2011

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