Kinderlekh

In preparing for a play, a class of fourth graders from a small town in France discovers a tragic episode of the Second World War – the story of 44 children detained and deported in 1944. The nine year olds travel to Izieu, the house where the Jewish children had lived, to perform in the garden of the house. This is a beautiful lesson in the transmission of memory, as seen through the playful and authentic eyes of the children.

Year:
2012
Length:
52 minutes
Country:
Director:
Audrey Gordon
Poster for Kinderlekh

Shown at

  1. Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival - 2015

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