Very moving documentary.it not only covers Sir Nicholas' refugee work in 1939 but the long-term impact it has had, including on young people in several countries who have been inspired by his example. The film ends with a powerful scene which I won't spoil by describing it.
Well done documentary, proving once again, that one person can change the world through helping individuals.
This is a 2011 Czech documentary directed by Matej Mináč.
It is an enthralling docu-drama that artfully tells the story of how Mr. Winton gave up a 1938 skiing holiday to answer a friend's request for help in Prague and didn't stop helping until the war's beginning stopped him.
He worked frantically, placing refugee children in English homes.
The story is told in vintage film clips with present-day interviews and the kind of dramatic re-creation video.
No "Schindler's List," but interesting and heartwarming.
A true story about a very courageous individual. Great documentary!
Bravo to Nicolas for his efforts.
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