Finding Kalman is as poignant a movie as it is charming. Four generations — survivors, their children and their children’s children and even theirs — recall the past and create in the wake of that past. It is about loss and renewal, creativity and memory — all the elements of life. It is a work of both simplicity and power.

Michael Berenbaum, Professor, American Jewish University, Founding Director of US Holocaust Memorial Museum

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