Film Review: NOWHERE IN AFRICA

German lawyer from a prosperous Jewish family flees to rural Kenya in the late ‘30s. The story’s limited by the perspective of his daughter, five when she arrives & begins her narration. Resonance depends on audience knowledge of the Holocaust, including things the family itself wouldn’t know until year later. More on NOWHERE IN AFRICA

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