Su Goldfish’s professional interest and personal testimony catch the final glimpse that her escaping father photographed and captures it once again. The daughter traces the photograph, superimposing hers on his original. By making her own journey, completing the task and exhibiting the work for a new generation of Germans, she bears witness in silence. It is the pictures and the process which ‘speak’ loudly to the viewer.

5 minutes

Shown at

  1. Jewish Film Festival (Australia) - 2011

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