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69 mins – Netherlands / United Kingdom 2022 – Documentary – Dir: Bianca Stigter
Narrator: Helena Bonham Carter

3,000 Jews lived in the small Polish town of Nasielsk before the war; fewer than 100 survived it. A three-minute excerpt of a home movie filmed in 1938 captures the curious and animated faces of men, women and children outside the synagogue. It conveys their excitement, caused by the rare presence of a movie camera, as the knowledge of what followed triggers a sense of incomprehensible loss. Co-produced by British filmmaker Steve McQueen and narrated by actress Helena Bonham Carter, this mesmerising, poignant essay film offers a rare glimpse into a vanished world.

Sun 22 Jan
1pm
Mon 23 Jan
5pm
Tues 24 Jan
5pm
Wed 25 Jan
5pm
This rousing documentary about a Jewish town in Poland is a haunting meditation on the memory of the Holocaust.
The New York Times
This rousing documentary about a Jewish town in Poland is a haunting meditation on the memory of the Holocaust.
The New York Times
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