As a documentary filmmaker, I've collaborated on a number of Holocaust-related works, and have listened in shock and awe to nearly one hundred survivors as they recounted--often, for the first time--their individual and familial stories of tragedy and transcendence. Jafa Wallet's Bitter Freedom, which I first read as an untitled manuscript in the late 1970's, is one of the most compelling first-person accounts by a Holocaust survivor that I have ever encountered. She evokes scenes which have resonated inside my head for nearly thirty years, and its publication is an important event not only for those interested in the Holocaust, but for everyone seeking illumination into the complexities and mysteries of what it means to be human.
Nelson E Breen, Emmy Award-winning writer and director
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February 08, 2012
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