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Very emotional and deep documentary!
Even if she was told that, she should know better by now, and should have never have said something like that to someone who suffered so much.
Monika, Amon's daughter, truly struggles with overwhelming guilt and pain related to the horrible acts of her father whom she never knew.
What a story. Excellent documentary story. Makes the viewer think back on what really happened to
the people that were actually there during Hitler's evil time.
Being familiar with communal guilt, I felt Monika's pain in trying to understand the incomprehensible acts of her father. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Irit
One of the most amazing documentaries I've ever seen. I've watched it several times and have bought it for three other people.Published 1 month ago by Cynthia Petrovic
This is not about the film as much as an addendum that is fascinating: Monika Hertwig had a child with a Nigerian man in 1970, and the little girl was put up for adoption. Read morePublished 1 month ago by sluggirl
the only thing i thought was bad was that helena could have been a little more understanding with monika because monika didnt know her father and no one really told her the truth... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer Flagg