On the eve of Yom haShoah, the Israeli embassy to Lithuania invites you to the only screening of Aida’s Secrets on Sunday, April, 23, in the main salon at the Pasaka Theater at Šv. Ignoto street no. 4 in Vilnius. Entrance is free to the public, but the number of seats is limited, so in order to guarantee yourself a seat, please RSVP the embassy of Israel by April 20: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, phone (8 5) 2502510
About the film:
The two brothers Izak and Shepsel were born in a displaced persons camp after World War II. They lived their entire lives in the shadow of secrets kept from them by the people closest to them. The brothers were separated as babies, neither was told the other existed. An investigation into the mysterious history of their birth family led to an amazing reunion after six decades. The film offers a rare glimpse into the displaced persons camps in post-World War II Germany, showing the vibrant and sometime wild social life that flourished among the young survivors. This period has hardly been dealt with on screen until now.