Remembrance | Die verlorene Zeit
Tuesday Mar 05 01:00 PM
Friday Mar 08 01:00 PM
Saturday Mar 09 07:30 PM
Wednesday Mar 13 07:30 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00
About the Film:
Directed by Anna Justice, Germany, 2011, 105 mins. German | English | Polish | Russian with English subtitles. Hawai‘i premiere
Inspired by actual events, Remembrance depicts a love story that blossomed in a concentration camp in Poland in 1944. In a daring escape, Tomasz, a young Polish prisoner, rescues his Jewish lover, Hannah Silberstein. Forcibly separated at the end of the war, each is convinced that the other has died. More than 30 years later in New York City, the happily married woman Hannah thinks she sees her Tomasz on TV and she begins to search for him. Winner of five Audience Awards (Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, UK Jewish Film Festival, Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival, Berlin & Beyond Film Festival and Filmkunstfest Schwerin).
View the trailer.
Photo by Tom Tombrow
Special guest: Attorney Steven Guttman will introduce the film on March 9 at 7.30pm
Steven Guttman is a Honolulu attorney who has had an interest in films for many years.
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