(2016, 91 mins., German and Polish with English subtitles) Several times a day for four years during the Holocaust, the Line 41 streetcar passed through the Lodz Ghetto, but never stopped, making the suffering of the Jewish people abundantly clear to its indifferent riders. The documentary Line 41 chronicles the return of Lodz Ghetto survivor Natan Grossmann to Poland after 70 years, where he crosses paths with Jens-Jurgen Ventzki, the son of the former Nazi Head Mayor of Lodz. They trace their family histories as they confront their feelings about the past and each other.
Stay for a post-screening discussion with director and producer Tanja Cummings.
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