A cinematic psychoanalysis of a filial trauma incurred as a result of war-related events that took place seventy years ago. Benjamin Murmelstein served as a rabbi in TerezĂ­n and he was assigned to write down a list of people who would be sent to Auschwitz. After the war, he was accused of being a collaborator and prohibited from being buried next to his wife. His son Wolf has devoted his life to clearing his father's name. He is 75 years old and still struggles with this trauma.
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