Robust Jewish Film Festival features a documentary that tracks …

When Gabor Kalman returned home in 1945 after years of hiding, his ransacked house had become a Russian stable. But his family reunited and started over, and his parents got into the lumber business. It wasn’t long before life in Kalocsa, a Hungarian town of 18,000, faced oppression again. This time, in 1948, communism took hold. Tovább »