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David Newman ...
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Luba Drew ...
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Elly
Helen Schwartz ...
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Victoria Barkoff ...
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"Undying Love" profoundly effected my life.
21 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Although it has been many years since I have seen "Undying Love" I look back on this film often.

The movie is about the true-life stories of ordinary people who survived the unimaginable horrors of the Holocaust and continued their lives with dignity and undaunted hopes for a more promising future. These stories are about heroes.

In one story, when Bluma is a prisoner at Auschwitz Concentration camp, she has a dream which she shares with all her friends. After the war, when Survivors crisscross the continent looking for family members with the hopes they too survived, Bluma finds her childhood sweetheart just as he appeared in her dream.

"Undying Love" touches on many powerful issues and transcends the darkness to become a source of inspiration.


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