DOCUMENTARY FILMS • 1h 6m
This documentary tells the story of heroic people who rescued the entire Jewish population of Bulgaria during World War II. It isn't a historical film, but rather an emotional journey of the local survivors' direct descendants, who are looking for their family roots and long-lost ties with their father's homeland, while revealing the unknown history of Bulgaria during the Second World War.
Languages: English, Hebrew & Bulgarian, English subtitles
Directors: Niya Aleksandrova, Ayelet Heller
Producers: Dimitar Gochev, Zafrir Kochanovsky
Writer: Niya Aleksandrova
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