Filmmakers Hanna Kramarczuk and Joanna Gospodarczyk offer a moving portrait of the Polish Jews who were torn from their families and mistreated by their neighbors, but never forgot the rich of culture and art of their native Poland. Somewhere in all the despair, there is light. For those who can see through the darkness, the magnificent spectrum of color offers the opportunity to truly understand what it means to be human. Despite the fact that they have spent their entire lives outside Poland, these people know the cavalry songs and carefree poems from Warsaw's pre-war café's virtually by heart. They may be old now, but thanks to their parents they will never forget Poland.
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