Screened at the Nordic Film Days Lubeck
The German occupants started on the 1st of October 1943, searching for Danish Jews. They only got a hold of approximately 500 Jews. In total, 95% reached safety in Sweden and could return to their homes again after the war was over. For most Jews, it was a successful escape to Sweden, but for those who didn’t react early enough to the warnings, the story played out differently. Across the Waters, by Nicholas Donato, shows the flee to Sweden during Second World War . . .
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