Following Germany's annexation of much of Czechoslovakia-Sudetenland, Jacob Silberstein, a doctor in a provincial Bohemia town, struggles to maintain the niceties of life. But his society is beginning to disintegrate around him: he is expelled from his home by his gardener, who has, found power and influence with the Nazis, and his brother is driven to suicide. Dr Silberstein is forced to entrust his son to a stranger: a young English stockbroker called Nicholas Winton


Rupert Graves
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Archive listings for All My Loved Ones

Work type: Film.


A special screening of a new film about Maidenhead resident Nicholas Winton, who in 1939 helped save the lives of over 600 Czech Jewish children from almost certain death at the hands of the Nazis. For over a year, All My Loved Ones has been winning acclaim and awards at film festivals throughout Europe. The ticket price includes entry to the film, followed by afternoon tea and a discussion with a panel including Nicky Winton.
22 Apr 01Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L01590337522

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5 Sep 01Trafford Centre, Manchester :: V01111894228
listing details L1264510522

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