Screened in observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day, March of the Living documents the last generation of Holocaust survivors, joined by thousands of teenagers from around the world, as they revisit the sites of the Holocaust and retrace the Death March from Auschwitz to Birkenau. Filmed in Brazil, Germany, Poland, Israel and the U.S., the film tells the moving story of the survivors’ hope of passing down their history and memory of the Holocaust to the next generation. (2009, 74 min. Dir. Jessica Sanders)
Trailer for March of the Living
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