A 90-year-old Hungarian Holocaust survivor, Éva Fahidi celebrated for her memoir of imprisonment in Auschwitz, weaves her painful story, forming an important bond with the film’s director and a younger dancer, Emese Cuhorka. Together, they create a powerful and cathartic dance. Hungary.
Two films celebrating the lives of inspirational women who experienced the tragedy and turbulence of Nazi Germany: Margaret Singer, at age 17 fleeing to America, where she lived alone her whole life, creating her inspirational art; Hungarian Éva Fahidi, 90, surviving Auschwitz at age 20; late in life writing her tragic memoir, which she, plus a young acclaimed dancer, led by the film’s director, re-create in a memorable dance performance. USA, Hungary.