So Many Miracles


48 minutes
Source: The National Center for Jewish Film

So Many Miracles is the story of the Rubinek family's survival of the Holocaust and their reunion with the Polish family who saved them. Accompanied by their son Saul, the Rubineks visit Poland after a 40-year absence, telling the story of their families, their love, and the Polish couple that hid them for two years. The result is a moving, poignant portrait of one family's history of sorrow and joy.

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