A Jewish ghetto in the east of Europe, 1944. By coincidence, Jakob Heym eavesdrops on a German radio broadcast announcing the Soviet Army is making slow by steady progress towards central Europe. In order to keep his companion in misfortune, Mischa, from risking his life for a few potatoes, he tells him what he heard and announces that he is in possession of a radio - in the ghetto a crime punishable by death. It doesn't take long for word of Jakob's secret to spread - suddenly, there is new hope and something to live for - and so Jakob finds himself in the uncomforting position of having to come up with more and more stories.
Log in to post a review.
|Vlastimil Brodský||Jakob Heym|
|Blanche Kommerell||Rose Frankfurter|
|Zsuzsa Gordon||Mrs. Frankfurter|
|Armin Mueller-Stahl||Roman Schlamm|
|Friedrich Richter||Dr. Kirschbaum|
|Reimar J. Baur||Herschel Schlamm|
|Alfred Hirschmeier||Set Designer||
|Günter Marczinkowsky||Director of Photography||
Costume & Make-Up
|Joachim Dittrich||Costume Design||
|Joachim Werzlau||Original Music Composer||