The Displaced

“The Displaced” explores the previously untold story of Post WWII Europe from 1947-1952, when Jewish refugees having been liberated from concentration camps found themselves resettled by the Allies in the very same camps where they had been previously held prisoner. Although nominally free, they barely survived in anguished malnutrition and deprivation in shock, rejected by the countries of origin and unwelcomed as refugees by the rest of the world. The filmmaker, Flaminia Lubin, has spent years working on this film compiling never before seen archival footage and intimate reflection from first hand observers and victims. Eerily similar to the refugee crisis today, she has created a this film which is a must see experience.