John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Excellent documentary. The film maker is the child of a Jew who survived the Holocaust because a Polish family hid him and his 2 brothers for more than 2 years during WWII. The director has become concerned that his adult sons, who have moved to Israel, are becoming religious extremists and shutting themselves out from the world around them; writing off all non-Jews as bad, dangerous people. Hoping to teach them that goodness can be found in all peoples he asks them to accompany him on a trip to Poland to see the place where their grandfather spent the war and to try and find the children of the people who hid him, however; when they get there the actual people who hid their grandfather are still alive and living on the very same farm. A very moving and emotional film. I highly recommend it.