From an early age, Yossi Klein and other children of survivors living in Borough Park,
Brooklyn, were preparing for another
What is the film about?
The psychological ramifications of history. The choice between viewing ourselves as perpetual victims or resilient survivors. The search for a Post-Holocaust Judaism. It is the story of the stormy yet loving relationship between
recovering Jewish activist Yossi Klein and his father Zoltan, who had
survived the Holocaust’s devastation of Hungarian Jewry by hiding in a
hole in the ground for six months. Meanwhile his parents perished at