Refusenik chronicles the thirty-year international movement to free Soviet Jews. The first retrospective film about the movement, it has been called a "seminal" work on the subject. Told through the eyes of activists on both sides of the Iron Curtain - many whom survived punishment in Soviet Gulag labor camps - the film is a tapestry of first person accounts of heroism, sacrifice, and ultimately, liberation.

120 minutes

Shown at

  1. 14th Annual Hartford Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  2. Dayton Jewish International Film Festival - 2010

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