Reflections from the cave: Brothers in hiding during the Holocaust

In ‘Shalom Italia,’ filmmaker Tamar Tal turns her camera on three Italian brothers and the story of how they hid during the Holocaust.

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October 31, 2016 17:50
'Shalom Italia'

(From left to right) The Anati brothers, Reuven, Andrea and Emmanuel, search the Italian countryside for their wartime hiding place. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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An eclectic scholar, world-renowned for his expertise in archeology, anthropology and prehistoric art, Anati, for years, has been invited by this elite group to share his observations about various subject matters. This year, the topic is solitude.

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