From an early age Yossi Klein received a special education — preparation for another Holocaust. This candid portrait of a young Jewish activist coming to terms with his father's traumatic history is as bracing as any fiction.  Winner of the Special Jury Award in Documentary, Sundance and included in the 1984 lineup of New Directors/New Films. Restored with support from The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture and The Sundance Institute.  

“Ten Best Films of 1985 List - David Edelstein, Village Voice”