Brussels Transit (1980)

Brussels Transit


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Brussels Transit is drawn from director Szlingerbaum's own childhood reminiscences. It is 1947: a family of Polish Jews is finally able to emigrate to the "promised land" of Belgium. The film is narrated by the family's mother in Yiddish, allowing the audience to anticipate the dramatic crux of the story: the family's difficulty in speaking the language and assimilating once they settle in Brussels. Very little happens of a catastrophic nature in this 80 minute film, though the director is able … More

Rating: R
Genre: Art House & International, Drama
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On DVD: May 29, 1992


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