Man On The Bus
Race & Equality • 1h 23m
Psychologist and filmmaker Eve always thought there was something not quite right about her family. After a decade of searching for the truth about her mother's roots as a Polish holocaust survivor, Eve makes a remarkable discovery about a chance encounter that changed her life forever. A compelling tale of two defining human traits — endurance and frailty — and a metaphor for the 20th century’s most painful trauma.
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