We trace three generations of a family, from a surreal memory of World War II to modern day Berlin. In a Germany with a still sensitive past, the lives of Eva, Lena and Jonas evolve with the pain and scars deeply etched in their family history.
Following the Oscar®-nominated Pieces of a Woman, Kornél Mundruczó and Kata Wéber once again draw on familial history in this time-jumping, multilingual reflection on the lasting horrors of the Holocaust. While the scars of the past can never fade, this powerful drama gazes towards a healing future.
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