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The Invisibles
SPONSORED BY
JIM BAER
MICHELE AND STEVEN BOAL


The Invisibles

Synopsis

The Invisibles dramatically tells the story of four young German Jews in 1943 who manage to survive the Third Reich in Berlin by living in plain sight. Taking on false identities and risky activities, they endure through resourcefulness, luck, and the decency of fellow Germans. Skillfully weaving interviews with the four survivors who inspired the film and dramatic reenactments, the film tells the story of these bold survivors who not only survived the horrors of WWII, but have become contemporary witnesses.


Film Details
Director:
Claus Räfle
Country:
Germany
Language:
German with English subtitles
Running time:
110 min
Year:
2017
Genre: Drama