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“While the audience emerged with damp eyes, the overall message is somehow upbeat.” — The New York Times
The concentration camp serial-number tattoo — first branded into the chest before moving to the left arm — remains a horrific reminder of the Holocaust. Numbered is an emotional, yet uplifting examination of the cross-generational meanings these tattoos have assumed in the 70 years since the Nazi death camps. Numbered marries visually stunning photography with fascinating interviews with five very different and strong willed survivors, revealing the power and inspiration survivors are able to pass onto their children and grandchildren, and audiences around the world.
Screening with: Reporting on the Times
Dana Daron & Uriel Sinai
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