Ingelore Herz Honigstein was born in 1924 to Jewish parents in Kuppenheim Germany. She is deaf. As an expression of their embarrassment over their mute child, her parents ignore her and make no attempt at communication. She is sent to a variety of schools and tutors where she learns the most rudimentary forms of language. At the age of six she says her first word. At the age of twelve she finally constructs a complete sentence. She enters the first grade at the age of 13 and for the first time comes into contact with other deaf children. Her short lived education is interrupted by Kristalnact when she is thrown out of school and sent home. Ingelore offers a unique perspective on the Holocaust. Through her eyes we see the shifts in her classmates and neighbors attitudes. She witnesses her father being taken and then released from Dachau She is raped by Nazi cadets on the streets of Berlin...

40 minutes

Shown at

  1. 15th Annual Seattle Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  2. 19th Toronto Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  3. 21st Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  4. 21st Washington Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  5. 5th Jewish Film Festival Zagreb - 2011
  6. 8th Annual JCC Rockland International Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  7. 9th Annual Temple Emanu-El Kirk Cashmere Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  8. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  9. Beth Tzedec Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  10. Geneva International Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  11. Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  12. Tucson International Jewish Film Festival - 2012
  13. UK Jewish Film Festival - 2010

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