It is June 1941 and the future looks bright for two Jewish musical prodigies, a boy violinist and a girl pianist, living in a Ukrainian city. It was shortly before the Nazi invasion of the USSR and their lives become intertwined with a young German girl who shares their love of music. This film has many moments of suspense and great sensitivity when the lives of both Jewish children, as well as those of their parents, are torn apart by the Nazis.
A short film feature about the lack of 'Holocaust Awareness' in the US will also be shown.
Film followed by dinner - Guest Speaker: Dr. William Garlington - educator and specialist in the Sociology of Religion
Plaza Stadium Cinemas 14 (View)
255 W 5th Street
Oxnard, CA 93030
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|