Claus Räfle about THE INVISIBLES

“He said: Now make something good out of it”

Claus Räfle’s docu-drama tells about four young Jews going underground in Berlin, after the Nazis officially declared the city to be “free of Jews” in February 1943. Of those 7000 “invisibles” 1700, mainly young people, managed to survive in a climate of fear, insecurity and ill-founded hope. With fake identity papers, without food rations or safe accommodations, relying on their brave aides.

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