FRONTLINE: The Last Survivors As young children, they lived through "humanity's darkest hour." Now, over 70 years after World War II, FRONTLINE speaks with some of the last remaining survivors of the Holocaust, in The Last Survivors.
Drawing on intimate interviews with victims and family members, Director Arthur Cary presents a haunting look at how disturbing childhood experiences and unimaginable loss have impacted the daily lives and relationships of survivors - from survivor's guilt, to crisis of faith, to second-generation trauma.
The Last Survivors paints a portrait of what is most troubling to many Holocaust survivors as they contemplate reaching the end of their lives - specifically the rise in anti-Semitic sentiments around the world.
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