Kindertransports to Sweden

The film recounts the fate of four survivors of Jewish origin who were sent on their own by their parents to Sweden during the Third Reich, with the so-called "Kindertransports", in order to save them from the Nazi terror - and experienced a trauma which exists even today, with feelings of loss, loneliness, uprooting and a sense of guilt. Their stories depict the tragic fate of a winner who is at the same time the loser of his own salvation. Most of them never saw their parents again. Sweden gave only 500 children shelter.

90 minutes
Gülseren Sengezer

Shown at

  1. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2021

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