FILMS ABOUT FAQS
 
  • Written By: Pamela Katz
  • Distributed By: Corinth Films
  • Country: Germany
  • Language: German, English, Polish, Russian

Share Now

Remembrance

Jewish | 2011 | 105 min.
Directed by: Anna Justice

Amidst the terror of a German concentration camp in 1944 Poland, a young Jewish woman and a Polish prisoner fall in love. This impossible passion fuels the prisoner's courage, who manages to rescue his Jewish girlfriend. Against all odds, they escape the camp and survive a treacherous journey to freedom. But during the chaos of the end of the war, they are forcibly separated and each is convinced that the other has died.

More than thirty years later in New York, the happily married 52-year-old woman accidentally gets the most astonishing news of her life: her former Polish lover is still alive. And she has to see him again.

Critical Acclaim

Emotionally powerful and achingly romantic, despite the origins of the story in a WWII concentration camp, Remembrance is compelling viewing ... the gentle, subtle, restrained ending is exquisite

-Andrew L. Urban, Urban Cinelife

User Reviews

Be the first to write a review
 

Write a Review

To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.
site created by MarsDesign