The Long Way Home
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The Long Way Home
The struggles of European Jews during WWII have been well documented, but this film (produced with the cooperation of the Simon Weisenthal Center) makes it clear that the ordeal of those who suffered during the Holocaust did not end with the liberation of Europe. The Long Way Home uses interviews with Holocaust survivors, newsreel footage, and readings of letters, journals, and news reports, to tell the story of the hardships faced by those freed from concentration camps in 1945. Often riddled with disease, suffering from malnutrition, and remorseful over having survived while their loved ones… More
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"The strength of the film lies in the footage that Harris was able to assemble and the stars he signed up to read from the diaries and letters of the time."
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
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