1,2,3,4 Adolf Hitler At My Door

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1,2,3,4 Adolf Hitler At My Door

Tami, an Israeli Journalist, travels to Germany to interview Israelis who have chosen to live there: Dr. Ruth Hertz, a judge in Colonge, Dr. Yoram Levi, a plastic surgeon in Garmisch, Naomi Tereza Salmon, a photographer in Weimar, and Prof. Michael Wolffsohn, a history lecturer at the German army Officers’ Academy in Munich.
While Tami is initially critical of their decision to immigrate, she eventually comes to terms with her own guilt stemming from her family’s past in Germany before they perished in the Holocaust. During her journey, she is flooded by memories of her childhood in Tel Aviv, of her parents’ silence surrounding her family history, and of their fondness for German culture. In Germany, of all places, she obtains a deeper insight into the significance of denial and memory.Tami, an Israeli Journalist, travels to Germany to interview Israelis who have chosen to live there: Dr. Ruth Hertz, a judge in Colonge, Dr. Yoram Levi, a plastic surgeon in Garmisch, Naomi Tereza Salmon, a photographer in Weimar, and Prof. Michael Wolffsohn, a history lecturer at the German army Officers’ Academy in Munich.
While Tami is initially critical of their decision to immigrate, she eventually comes to terms with her own guilt stemming from her family’s past in Germany before they perished in the Holocaust. During her journey, she is flooded by memories of her childhood in Tel Aviv, of her parents’ silence surrounding her family history, and of their fondness for German culture. In Germany, of all places, she obtains a deeper insight into the significance of denial and memory.

Festivals and Awards:

Jerusalem Film Festival, 2002

Director: Tami Gross, Yuval Cohen

Producer: Orna Yarmut, Wolfgang Katzke

Production Company: Orna Yarmut Productions, E Motion Picture Baden Baden, Germany

Cinematographer: Rudiger Kortz, Phillippe Bellaiche

Editor: Yuval Cohen

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications – Channel 8, ARTE, WDR, Makor Foundation, Goethe Institute

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: 1,2,3,4 מגרמניה היטלר בא

Tami, an Israeli Journalist, travels to Germany to interview Israelis who have chosen to live there: Dr. Ruth Hertz, a judge in Colonge, Dr. Yoram Levi, a plastic surgeon in Garmisch, Naomi Tereza Salmon, a photographer in Weimar, and Prof. Michael Wolffsohn, a history lecturer at the German army Officers’ Academy in Munich.
While Tami is initially critical of their decision to immigrate, she eventually comes to terms with her own guilt stemming from her family’s past in Germany before they perished in the Holocaust. During her journey, she is flooded by memories of her childhood in Tel Aviv, of her parents’ silence surrounding her family history, and of their fondness for German culture. In Germany, of all places, she obtains a deeper insight into the significance of denial and memory.Tami, an Israeli Journalist, travels to Germany to interview Israelis who have chosen to live there: Dr. Ruth Hertz, a judge in Colonge, Dr. Yoram Levi, a plastic surgeon in Garmisch, Naomi Tereza Salmon, a photographer in Weimar, and Prof. Michael Wolffsohn, a history lecturer at the German army Officers’ Academy in Munich.
While Tami is initially critical of their decision to immigrate, she eventually comes to terms with her own guilt stemming from her family’s past in Germany before they perished in the Holocaust. During her journey, she is flooded by memories of her childhood in Tel Aviv, of her parents’ silence surrounding her family history, and of their fondness for German culture. In Germany, of all places, she obtains a deeper insight into the significance of denial and memory.

Festivals and Awards:

Jerusalem Film Festival, 2002

 

Director: Tami Gross, Yuval Cohen

Producer: Orna Yarmut, Wolfgang Katzke

Production Company: Orna Yarmut Productions, E Motion Picture Baden Baden, Germany

Cinematographer: Rudiger Kortz, Phillippe Bellaiche

Editor: Yuval Cohen

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications – Channel 8, ARTE, WDR, Makor Foundation, Goethe Institute

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: 1,2,3,4 מגרמניה היטלר בא

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