I recently watched a fascinating documentary, Hiding and Seeking: Faith and Tolerance after the Holocaust, by Menachem Daum and Oren Rudavsky. Menachem Daum takes his sons to Poland to see where his own father came from and to find the Christian farmers who sheltered his father-in-law from the Nazis. I was riveted by the multigenerational dynamics, watching Daum caring for his father, and challenging his sons to open to those beyond their ultra-Orthodox world. In the brief interview with the filmmakers, cameraman Oren Rudavsky talks about the way the family knew him well and were used to the camera so felt free to be themselves as he filmed. Watching the encounter of the Daum family with the Polish family is also intriguing. Recommended.
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