"Watzing With The Enemy" Book Preview
Independent Films, Drama, Film Profiles, Women
Posing as a Christian to survive the genocide, Holocaust, a mother has memories to overcome and and a daughter to confront with their true idntity decades later in America - "Waltzing With the Enemy" by Rasia Kliot and Helen Mitsios.
Filled with insight and humor, this dual memoir by Rasia, born in Vilnius, Lithuania (who survived the Holocaust on a false identity), and her daughter Helen, born in Montreal, Canada, examines the long-term implications of being a survivor of the Holocaust and the unique pressures and anxieties the children of survivors inherit from their parents. Rasia, determined to protect Helen from anti-Semitism, continues to pose as a Christian and raises .
Year of Production: 2011
Length: 3:30 mins
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