Soon to be broadcast on France3 Television, in September 2011.|
A number of Germans and Nazi descendants have a specific bond with Israel. Some of them live in the country. Others stay in Europe but have converted to Judaism and others converted in the Holy Land and live there. They have adopted its precepts, some wear a yarmulke, are married to orthodox Jews, and their children go to yeshiva, the religious schools.
These people were not born at the time of the Shoah and they have no reason to carry the weight of their ancestry. So why did they decide to convert to Judaism? Do they feel responsible because of their heredity or not? According to Judaism, there is a possibility to change the world from bad to good, even bad things that happened in the past, and it is called "tikun" in Hebrew – making amends or reparation. Is this the case here? Is it a "tikun" or out of guilt or feeling responsible?
This film is largely based on the characters' introspections. These "sons" of Nazis are taking us with them into their everyday lives – private, professional, social and religious.
Duration : 1 h 22 mn
Authors : Marie-Pierre Raimbault & Michael Grynszpan
Directors : Marie-Pierre Raimbault & Michael Grynszpan
Year of Production : 2010
Production : Bonne Pioche Télévision
Broadcasting : France Télévisions / France 3
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