The 36

Spring, 1945. When a young Jewish girl is attacked outside her window, an old Polish woman is given the opportunity to do nothing…or the right thing. The filmmaker, 16 years old at the time he made the film, explores the Jewish concept of Lamed vav Zaddkim, that there are 36 people placed on earth in each generation to do what is right and good.

7 minutes

Shown at

  1. 22nd Washington Jewish Film Festival - 2011

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