Lisa Rosowsky and Ute Gfrerer are two Boston-based middle-aged women. Both women share their love for art and their sad family histories. Ute’s father was a German soldier and a member of the Nazi Youth, and Lisa’s father of Jewish descent survived Auschwitz. At one point, Lisa and Ute decide to turn their tragic memories into something beautiful and organize an arts evening dedicated to their fathers. Lisa is an artist - she creates pieces that explore her relationship with the Holocaust. Ute is an opera singer, who chooses to perform works of Jewish composers that were once banned. Together they host several events in Boston.