LAF (Life After Fifty) invites you to join in a fascinating discussion of the PBS movie:
August, 1945. A coachload of children arrive at the Calgarth Estate by Lake Windermere. They are child survivors of the Nazi Holocaust that has devastated Europe’s Jewish population. Carrying only the clothes they wear and a few meagre possessions, they bear the emotional and physical scars of all they have suffered. Charged with looking after them is Oscar Friedmann, a German-born child psychologist. He and his team of counsellors have just four months to help the children reclaim their lives.
Sunday, October 18 at 4:00 pm
View the movie at home* & join us for a virtual discussion facilitated by Amber Maze, the community Holocaust educator
Register on signup genius: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090E49A9A92BAA8-lafreel1
The zoom link will be sent to all who register prior to the event.
“What can you say about this masterpiece?! This is a story that can inspire people to move on from every problem, no matter its size. The characters grow naturally as the film progresses and each moment is happier and more joyful than the other.”
“As someone who’s grandparent was a Windermere child, I have no complaints and only praise to speak of this masterpiece. Will definitely be a classic … Amazing experience.”
*The movie is available to stream free to PBS members or for pay per view through Amazon Prime ($2.00 SD / $3.99 HD), through Amazon ($2.99 SD / $3.99 HD), & for purchase through itunes ($6.99).
For more information, contact Marcia Goldstein, firstname.lastname@example.org