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Directed by Amichai Greenberg

Israel 2017 93 mins. In Hebrew

Yoel, a senior Holocaust researcher, is in the midst of a tense legal battle with an influential family of industrialists in Austria planning to build a real estate project where a brutal massacre of Jews took place in WWII. Yoel suspects that they aim to bury the affair for good, but has trouble finding the conclusive evidence to stop the project. He uncovers a long-buried secret that could turn his world upside down and destroy his family. Is he willing to risk everything to reveal the truth? Best Israeli Feature, Haifa Film Festival. In Hebrew with English subtitles.

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