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The End of Everything Ever
Agata is 6 years old. She is going to the railway station with her father. Everyone is very happy, only she has the strange feeling that she will never see him again. On the train tired and hungry she absent-mindedly chews on the paper name tag tied around her neck and very slowly consumes her name and address, erasing and chance of getting back him again.
Archive :: production:T1346660117, play:S767860293, venue:V1384579886
Drawing on true stories of the Kindertransport, NIE shine a light onto one of the darkest moments in history with a epic story of survival, love and hope. Running time 70 minutes.
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