|Directed by:||Michelle Stein Teer||Rating:||TV-PG|
|Release Date:||2006||Running Time:||52 min|
|Language:||Hebrew, German, & English with English & Hebrew subtitles||Genre:||Documentary|
|Category:||History & Remembrance|
Rudy Wolff, an eighty-five-year-old Holocaust survivor, invites his granddaughter, the director of the film, to join him in visiting his German birthplace. Once there, Wolff meets his childhood friends, giving us a first hand glimpse into the after effects of the Holocaust. The visit raises a number of questions such as, how do Germans deal with their past? How do Jews handle forgiveness and reconciliation? Is it in fact possible to accept, understand and forgive?