As a second generation Holocaust survivor, I grew up in a what I used to think of as a “normal” house. My parents managed to raise a family, worked for their living and integrated into society. Their parents lost most of their families in the Holocaust. As many Israelis, I understood only when I grew up that I was actually raised in a house where there was no happiness, where joy was illegitimate, where the driving forces were fear and survival. During the work on this project I felt again and again as if I was documenting my own family knowing that all that separates between them and this place is that thin fragile border line between sanity and insanity.
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