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Journey to Prague| 26mins
Director: David Cherniack | Producer: David Cherniack
Focus Years: 1987 | Country: Canada
Subject Tags: americas, belief, canada, conflict, czech republic, europe, politics, religion, spiritual awareness, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
"Journey to Prague" is a dramatic documentary about Otto Lowy who was put on a train out of Czechoslovakia in 1939 by his mother. He never saw her or the rest of his family again. Eventually he settled in Vancouver where he raised a family and had a successful career as an actor, director, and radio host. The film follows him on one of his many journeys back to Prague in search of an answer to what happened to his family, and to humanity, in the Holocaust. This film won many major international awards.

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