Let’s Go

In 1968, 20-year-old Laura returns to Munich to attend her father's funeral. Overcome with grief, Laura and her mother must face the family's traumatic history: Having survived the Holocaust, Laura's parents stayed in post-War Germany to start a new life. Master German director Michael Verhoeven, whose previous works include "The White Rose" and "The Nasty Girl", presents a beautifully made drama and a biting commentary on postwar German society. Elegantly filmed, Verhoeven gently builds the tension that probes the complex notion of German-Jewish identity.

90 minutes
Michael Verhoeven

Shown at

  1. 19th Denver Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  2. 23rd Portland Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  3. 23rd Toronto Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  4. Cleveland Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  5. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  6. SFJFF WinterFest - 2015
  7. Westchester Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  8. Zsido Film Fesztival - 2015

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