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Powerful and inspirationalBased on a true story, the lives of inner city Paris students are changed when their no-nonsense history teacher enters them in a high school competition with the theme of what it meant to be a teen in a Nazi concentration camp. She is determined to engage her troubled, apathetic, multi-cultural class in a project that will instill a sense of purpose and ambition. The project is first met with resistance until a moving, face-to-face encounter with a Holocaust survivor. Perfect film for teens and the entire community!
Sponsor: St. Louis Public Radio
Introduction: Jean Cavendar, Executive Director, Holocaust Museum & Learning Center
French with English Subtitles
Director: Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar
Feature: 105 Minutes
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2 Millstone Campus Drive
Creve Couer, MO 63146
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