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THE STRENGTH TO TELL

by Noam Demsky

synopsis

The film follows the experiences of a group of "at risk" Jerusalem teenagers, who as part of the Martef drama therapy program are asked to interview the last surviving witnesses of the 1961 Eichmann trial, and create a play based on their stories.The young actors and the aging Survivors at first have little in common and show no desire to communicate, but slowly there develops between them a bond of empathy and understanding. A moving film not easily forgotten.

original title: The Strength to Tell
country: Israel
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Noam Demsky
film run: 55'
screenplay: Noam Demsky
film editing: Eyal Tsarfati
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