Being here, being there a film by Yitzhak Rubin.
Fifty years after the Holocaust, survivors continue to struggle with the memory of their experiences. The story is told from the angle of families of survivors who are treated at AMCHA, a center that provides psychological support to survivors and their families. Seen from the outside, those featured in the film are respectable people who function socially and have rehabilitated their lives in an extraordinary way, but when the camera follows them in their everyday lives the skeletons in the closet are revealed.
- [Tel Aviv] : Teknews Media : [Distributed by] Pygmalion digital, 1997
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