Big Sonia
A Holocaust Survivor Faces a Difficult Decision

Big Sonia - A Holocaust Survivor Faces a Difficult Decision
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Powerful story/message. Thank you, Sonia, for telling your story. What a miracle... And yes, animal prints never go out of style! ;-)

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Lisa

Thank you for sharing the story of this gorgeous hearted woman. Very Inspirational, moving and touching. <3 <3

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Bob

Great movie!

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