“I put up my hands to protect my head and I jumped from the train.”
What follows from that moment is this most extraordinary tale of loss, survival and regeneration I have heard in many a year.
“My grandmother Lea once told me a story about the woman who lived next door to her in Tel Aviv, of her capture by the Nazis in Belgium and of an unfathomable decision she had to take to save herself…. Tthis woman’s story felt different. Her pain and horror were woven with love, loss, guilt and redemption – and the epilogue was truly extraordinary. “
[Hint: Full Screen and watch it until the last frame.]
UPDATE: Fixed the video. Copies are playing hide and seek on You Tube right now.