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Breaking the silence the generation after the holocaust /

Focuses on nine young adults, children of Holocaust survivors, who meet regularly to discuss the impact of the Holocaust on their lives and the need to communicate with their parents on this painful legacy. In addition to scenes of the children and parents at they seek to confront sensitive issues for the first time, the film includes observations on the Holocaust and intergenerational communication by psychiatrists, historians, authors and Holocaust survivors. Award-winning film by Edward A. Mason and Eva Fogelman.

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  • "Focuses on nine young adults, children of Holocaust survivors, who meet regularly to discuss the impact of the Holocaust on their lives and the need to communicate with their parents on this painful legacy. In addition to scenes of the children and parents at they seek to confront sensitive issues for the first time, the film includes observations on the Holocaust and intergenerational communication by psychiatrists, historians, authors and Holocaust survivors. Award-winning film by Edward A. Mason and Eva Fogelman."@en
  • "A PBS documentary about the impact on young adults of growing up with parents who are survivors of the Holocaust. Focuses on members of a second-generation group who discuss their concerns and the need to communicate with their parents about them."
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  • ""Profiles the members of a Second Generation group of children of Holocaust survivors who openly discuss the impact of the Holocaust on their lives and the need to communicate with their parents. Interwoven throughout the film, in addition to emotionally moving family scenes, are interviews with psychologists, authors and historians."--Container."@en
  • "The Holocaust created a legacy of trauma and pain, not only for those who experienced its horror, but for their children as well. This documentary tells a story of personal growth as the children of Holocaust survivors confront their inheritance of pain and overcome the silent barriers that separate them from their parents. As the parents and children reach out to each other, the second generation discovers its own voice and grapples with the question of teaching the Holocaust to their own children. By interweaving poignant dialogues with commentaries by Dr. Robert Jay Lifton, Professor Moshe Waldoks and Professor Helen Epstein, Breaking the Silence sensitively dipicts this healing encounter between the two generations."@en
  • ""Profiles the members of a Second Generation group of children of Holocaust survivors who openly discuss the impact of the Holocaust on their lives and the need to communicate with their parents. Interwoven throughout the film, in addition to emotionally moving family scenes, are interviews with psychologists, authors, and historians"--Container."@en
  • "Concerns growing up in a family where the experiences of the parents in the Holocaust have been so emotionally shattering that they have been unable to discuss them with the children. Examines the effects of the Holocaust on subsequent generations and the communications gap that has been created."@en
  • "Children of Holocaust survivors discuss how their parent's experiences have effected their lives."@en
  • ""The Holocaust created a legacy of trauma and pain, not only for those who experienced its horror, but for their children as well. This documentary tells a story of personal growth as the children of Holocaust survivors confront their inheritance of pain and overcome the silent barriers that separate them from their parents. As the parents and children reach out to each other, the second generation grapples with the question to teaching the Holocaust to their own children. By interweaving poignant dialogues with commentaries by Dr. Robert Jay Lifton, Professor Moshe Waldoks and Professor Helen Epstein, Breaking the Silence sensitively depicts this healing encounter between two generations"--Case."@en
  • "Discusses the long-term effects of the Holocaust from the post-World War II period to the present."
  • "Documents a group discussion in which young adults share their common experience of having parents who survived the Nazi Holocaust. Also shows emotional family discussions leading to improved relationships between generations."@en
  • "Documents a group discussion in which young adults share their common experience of having parents who survived the Nazi Holocaust. Also shows emotional family discussions leading to improved relationships between generations."

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  • "Documentary films."@en
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  • "Documentary films"@en
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  • "Nonfiction films."@en
  • "Interviews"@en
  • "Feature films."@en

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  • "Breaking the silence the generation after the holocaust /"@en
  • "Breaking the silence, the generation after the Holocaust"
  • "Breaking the silence, the generation after the Holocaust"@en
  • "Breaking the silence the generation after the Holocaust /"
  • "Breaking the silence the generation after the Holocaust /"@en
  • "Breaking the silence. the generation after the Holocaust /"
  • "Generation after the Holocaust"@en
  • "Breaking the silence"
  • "Breaking the silence"@en
  • "Breaking the silence the generation after the Holocaust."@en
  • "Breaking the silence (Documentary : 1984)"@en