Canada | 2011 | Aaron Yeger
The Roma people (Gypsies) comprise Europe's largest minority. The Nazis targeted them for extermination (along with the Jews) during Hitler's "Final Solution." Yet, 70 years after the end of WWII, this diasporic ethnic group still faces prejudice, institutionalized discrimination, and ethnic hatred from nationalists and resurgent white supremacists. This acclaimed new documentary profiles the Roma’s current—and historic—plight. "Profoundly unsettling and deeply moving." -Village Voice.
99 min. Blu-ray. Subtitles. Cleveland theatrical premiere.
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