Blonde PoisonGoldschlag was just 17 when World War II broke out, and though she rejected much of her Jewish heritage and claimed that the Orthodox Jews of eastern Germany “were never like us,” she too was eventually forced to hide from the Nazis, and subsequently captured and tortured. But when offered the opportunity to inform on her fellow Jews, she made a horrendous decision that would haunt her for the rest of her life.
Play On! Productions – Silverton, OR
4 DATES THROUGH MAY 27, 2016
Length: 80 Min
Price: $11 (Disc: FA | FV | MIL | SR)
Rating: 13 & Up – Mature Themes (Holocaust), Sexual Themes
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