Twice Orphaned
Holocaust Survivors' Last Battle

Twice Orphaned - Holocaust Survivors' Last Battle
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Talila

The focus of my film is on Holocaust survivors and their enormous conflict: on one hand, they have been grievously harmed by the injustice perpetrated on them, yet on the other hand, they are patriots seeking to preserve the state they helped found - Israel.
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