Director: Nicolo Donato
Screening time: 11.04.2018. 18:30
Screening location: Kino Europa
Runtime: 85 min
Guests : Nicolo Donato
Awards: Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, Ekaterinburg Jewish Film Festival, Denver Film Society, Moscow - Royal Danish Embassy, Rügen International Film Festival, Odessa Jewish Film Festival, Montone Umbria Film Festival, Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival, Göteborg International Film Festival, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Lübeck, Nordische Filmtage
Arne Itkin is a famous Jewish jazz musician who’s living in Copenhagen in 1943 along with his wife Miriam and their son Jacob.
There begins to be prevalent rumors that the Germans would deport the Danish Jews. Suddenly it is a reality and they need to flee from their homes to Gilleleje. The family manages to get on a train to Gilleleje along with many other Jewish refugees. But Gestapo stops them. Arne and Jacob get caught and they get separated from Miriam. In Gilleleje many fishermen are ready to transport Jews to Sweden. The local collaborators and Gestapo are soon on the trail, and they act quickly and mercilessly. It's about the survival of the small family and the many other Jews who hope the people of Gilleleje would help them.