Documentaries • 1h 20m
Rosalee Glass, a 101-year-old Holocaust survivor, transformed her destiny and lives her dreams. In her late 80's, she began an acting career, won a senior beauty pageant, starred in a Super Bowl commercial, and dared to ride Alaskan sled dogs at the age of 100.
Language: English, English subtitles (use CC to activate)
Director: Lillian Glass
Producer: Lillian Glass
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