Rhodes Forever is a contemporary portrait that weaves imaginary family ties between the Jews of Rhodes and their descendents. The film tells the remarkable but largely unknown story of these people who, despite the physical destruction of their community during World War II, managed to transplant their unique Jewish culture elsewhere, notably in the Belgian Congo, and Europe.
A coproduction of Les Films de la Mémoire - Filmiryhmä Oy - BRTN - RTBF - YLE
With the support:
15th Festival of the Ethnographic Film, Musée de l’Homme,
Paris - 1996
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