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Tsipa and Volf

USA, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Documentary)

Director: Daniel Gamburg

Tsipa and Volf met dunng WWII. Both widowed, they mar­ried, migrated and started a new family built on a shared understanding ol loss. Now, Alzheimer's Ihreatens their union. A moving, honest account of love and memory, doc­umented by their grandson.

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