In 1981, an aging Holocaust survivor encounters repressed memories and revisits a horrific site he hasn't thought about since he was a child: the remnants of the death camps in Oswiecim and... See full summary »

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In 1981, an aging Holocaust survivor encounters repressed memories and revisits a horrific site he hasn't thought about since he was a child: the remnants of the death camps in Oswiecim and Brzezinka, Poland. In WWII, Bernard Offen lost most of his family to the horrors of Auschwitz-Birkenau and other Nazi brutalities. The Work is Offen's first film project and records the heart-wrenching journey of his difficult attempt to process the unimaginable cruelty of a lost childhood. Written by Burgsbee Lee Hobbs

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