People attending today’s Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto are in for a treat. Premiering there will be a documentary about a family blown apart during the Holocaust but reunited after their genealogy was reconstructed.
“Aida’s Secret” was three years in the making. Aida, the 90-year-old mother of two reunited brothers, lives in a Quebec nursing home and still keeps her cards close to her vest.
In his blog Dick Eastman reports about the part MyHeritage played in bringing the family together. An article in Time Magazine discloses more details: http://time.com/4306460/aida-secrets-holocaust-movie/.
I will be watching for an opportunity to view this moving story.