In the winter of 1945, on the day of her liberation from six years of Nazi rule, Gerda Weissmann clung to life at the end of a 350-mile death march. She weighed 68 pounds, her hair had turned white, and she had not had a bath in three years. She survived with courage, grace and dignity. This is her story. Holocaust educator Edee Tenser will introduce the film and lead a discussion about it afterward.
Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject "A film of extraordinary eloquence." ~Wall Street Journal "Deeply affecting in its dignity...a testament to courage and hope..." ~USA Today