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Directed by Pablo Solarz

Argentina, Spain 2017 89 mins. In Spanish

Abraham Bursztein, an 88-year old Jewish tailor, leaves Buenos Aires for Poland to find the man who saved him from a certain death after surviving Auschwitz. Escaping from his family who wanted to put him in a nursing home, Abraham attempts to fulfill his promise of returning one day to tell his friend all about the life he had thanks to his courage. Winner of the Audience Award at the Miami Film Festival, Solarz’s charming road movie delivers an uplifting message about life, family, and the kindness of strangers. In Spanish with English subtitles.



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