Dir. Serena Dykman (USA/Belgium/Poland, 2016, 100 min.)
Maryla Michalowski-Dyamant, born in Poland, survived Ravensbrück, Malchow, and Auschwitz, where she was the forced translator of the “Angel of Death,” Dr. Mengele. She dedicated her post-war life to publicly speaking about her survival to the younger generations, so that it would never be forgotten or repeated. In this documentary film, Alice and Serena—her daughter and granddaughter—explore how Maryla’s fight against intolerance can continue today in a world where survivors are disappearing and intolerance, racism, and antisemitism are on the rise.
Screening followed by Q&A with Serena Dykman
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