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USA/Hungary, 75 min., 2023


Filmmaker Michael Turner (The Way We Talk) documents his first visit to a Holocaust memorial created by his grandmother Lici, a Hungarian Jew whose parents and sister were killed in Auschwitz. The resulting personal documentary is a powerful and poetic story of two relatives meeting through time and space to carry their family memory forward.

“A wondrous experience…

The power of memory, the power of place, and the

bonds that unite families shine throughout the film.”


– Judy Margles, Executive Director,

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center For Holocaust Education


“An important close-up of the Holocaust's impact

on one family's unfolding story.”


– Rose Wong, Willamette Week

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MARCH 24, 2024 SALEM, OR / Salem Cinema

MARCH 22, 2024 BOISE, ID / Filmfort

(1 PM • Idaho Film Society,1212 W Bannock St, entry by donation)

MARCH 14, 2024 SILVERTON, OR / Palace Theatre

January 12-24, 2024 MIAMI, FL / Miami Jewish Film Festival

october 18, 2023 PORTLAND, OR / Cinema 21

october 10, 2023 COLUMBUS, OH / Ohio State University

october 4-8, 2023 CLEVELAND, OH / Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

WINNER of the John A. Hellman International Award


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