|Directed by:||Tzipi Baider||Rating:||TV-PG|
|Release Date:||2011||Running Time:||42 min|
|Language:||Hebrew & Polish with English subtitles||Genre:||Documentary|
|Category:||History & Remembrance|
This is the journey of eighty-eight-year-old Samuel Wilinberg and Kalman Taigman, two complete opposite personalities who happen to be the last two survivors of the Treblinka death camp.
The film follows the two men as they walk back on the grounds from which they fled sixty-eight years ago. For the first time, they go back together for what could possibly be their last visit there. Together, they relive, reminisce, laugh, cry, and even sing the Treblinka anthem. Kalman lost his mother in Treblinka, and Samuel lost his two sisters. “God wasn’t present in Treblinka,” they both agree, while they are there.