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I Want to remember He wants to Forget

Fifty  years ago in Skopje, Macedonia, Solomon Adizes and his son Isaac were  sent by the Italians and Bulgarians to a concentration camp. Disguised  as Muslims, they managed to escape to Albania, where they found  sanctuary with Muslim villagers. Solomon pretended to be a doctor and  was known throughout the entire region. After the war, they returned to  Yugoslavia and from there immigrated to Israel. Fifty years later  Professor Isaac Adizes and his father Solomon return to the  concentration camp in the heart of Skopje, and from there back to  Albania to meet the family that saved them from the Nazis.

Festivals and Awards:

First Prize at Berkley Jewish Film Festival, USA, 1998

Director: Eitan Oren

Producer: Eitan Oren

Cinematographer: Ziv Shiloach

Editor: Victor Turkiye, Rami Reshef

Original Soundtrack: Eitan Oren

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Israel Broadcasting Authority - Channel 1, Adizes Institute Los angeles

Script: Prof. Isaac Adizes, Eitan Oren

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: אני רוצה לזכור - הוא רוצה לשכוח

Fifty  years ago in Skopje, Macedonia, Solomon Adizes and his son Isaac were  sent by the Italians and Bulgarians to a concentration camp. Disguised  as Muslims, they managed to escape to Albania, where they found  sanctuary with Muslim villagers. Solomon pretended to be a doctor and  was known throughout the entire region. After the war, they returned to  Yugoslavia and from there immigrated to Israel. Fifty years later  Professor Isaac Adizes and his father Solomon return to the  concentration camp in the heart of Skopje, and from there back to  Albania to meet the family that saved them from the Nazis.

Festivals and Awards:

First Prize at Berkley Jewish Film Festival, USA, 1998

 

Director: Eitan Oren

Producer: Eitan Oren

Cinematographer: Ziv Shiloach

Editor: Victor Turkiye, Rami Reshef

Original Soundtrack: Eitan Oren

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Israel Broadcasting Authority - Channel 1, Adizes Institute Los angeles

Script: Prof. Isaac Adizes, Eitan Oren

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: אני רוצה לזכור - הוא רוצה לשכוח

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