The Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive Collection

Do You Hear me?

15 Minutes, 1947
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Directed by: Unknown
Production:Mina Brownstone, Adelaide Klein , Stephen L. Sharff, Hazel Greenwald
Production Company:Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America
Language: English
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

A fundraising film produced by the Hadassah organizationIn a phone call late at night, a mysterious voice tells about the fate of the Jewish people after the Holocaust Against the background of photographs from the Second World War, the immigration plant, and the Zionist settlement in the Land of Israel, the unknown speaker reveals that she is a Jewish woman who got murdered with her child during the Holocaust She tells about the efforts of the Jews to immigrate to their homeland after the disaster that occurred to them and about the miracle of rebuilding Israel The video emphasizes the role of the medical organization Hadassah in the rehabilitation of the survivors At the end of the film, the speaker addresses the American audience and asks them to join the Jewish effort and donate to Hadassah

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