|Directed by:||Yaron Zilberman||Rating:||TV-PG|
|Release Date:||2004||Running Time:||1 hr 20 min|
|Language:||English, Hebrew, and German (English Subtitles)||Genre:||Documentary|
|Category:||History & Remembrance|
Seven women are reunited after sixty-five years to discuss the details of their past as part of Vienna’s world renowned swim team.
In 1909, in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish athletes, Hakoah Vienna was formed. What is now known as a legendary Jewish sports club, gained its fame through its female swimmers.
Told by the swimmers, now in their eighties, Watermarks is about a group of young girls with a passion to be the best. It is the saga of seven outstanding athletes, who still swim daily as they age with grace.