San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Frida Cinema is proud to present the premiere screening of the new documentary 3 1/2 Years Without a Toothbrush: A Teenaged Holocaust Survivor's Story.
An incredibly intimate account of one man's experience as a concentration camp survivor, 3/12 Years Without a Toothbrush is the story of Walter Lachman, who was torn from his home at 13, and spent four years fighting for survival while being transferred between camps across Germany. This harrowing account is told by Walter himself, as he relates his experience frankly to the viewer in a recent interview conducted by the film's director, Ren Blood.
Join us for this special event, which will mark the first time this documentary is shown to the public. In honor of Walter's experience, and in remembrance of those who Walter and the world lost under the Nazi regime, the evening will commence with Havdalah at 7:15pm, followed by the film at 7:30pm. We are then so honored to welcome Mr. Walter Lachman himself, who will speak and take questions from the audience.
Tickets are $10 for Aduts, $8 for Seniors and Students, and $7 for Frida Cinema Members. DVD's of the film will be on sale at this special event. Director Ren Blood will also be on hand to sign your DVD, to moderate the Q&A with Mr. Lachman, and to take your questions about her experience making this extraordinary film.