The documentary investigates the troubling rise of antisemitism in Europe.
The story is told through the eyes of a woman, Evelyn Markus, who fled Europe in 2004 to escape it.
She was raised in Holland by Jewish parents who witnessed the growing anti-Jewish violence in the 1940's. Her parents survived the Holocaust when Allied soldiers liberated them in 1945.
When Markus saw signs of the same disturbing trends in the Netherlands, she left the land her family called home for centuries.
Today she confronts the hatred that drove her out and embraces her life's mission - to prevent one of history's darkest chapters from repeating.
Asger Aamund, businessman, author
Cecilie Banke, scholar of anti-semitism
Jonathan Fischer, vice president of the Danish Jewish Community
Moderator: Finn Schwarz, lawyer, former president of the community
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