|Directed by:||Ron Steinman||Rating:||TV-PG|
|Release Date:||2004||Running Time:||1 hr 12 min|
|More Info:||Douglas/Steinman Productions||Category:||History & Remembrance|
A woman determined to find her grandfather’s house in Lithuania uncovers the mystery of stories he never told, discovers the glory that was once Lithuanian Jewry, and resurrects a family shattered by the traumas of the 20th Century along the way.
“Wonderful! The story has such narrative drive that we’re quickly engaged. A wise and heartwarming movie.” – Jan Lisa Huttner, World Jewish Digest
“A personal, evocative film rich in human minutia.” – Masha Leon, The Forward
“While watching the film, it brought me back to conversations I had with my grandparents about life in Europe before the war. It touched my heart and memories of my youth.” – Rhonda Barad, Simon Wiesenthal Center NYC