By Ron Elisha.
Cast: 1m., 1w. Two takes place in a German town between March and May 1948. Anna comes to Rabbi Chaim Levi for language lessons in order to facilitate her journey to Palestine. We soon discover that Anna's lessons have a much deeper significance. Anna pleads with the Rabbi to help her become a Jew but will not reveal the reason it is so important to her. Finally, in a heated confrontation, Anna calls the Rabbi a Muselman. Chaim: "You were in the camps, weren't you!...That's the only place you could have heard such a word. Muselman...you know what it means? Yes, of course, you must. The walking dead. Those who had given up all hope. Where did you hear it?" Anna: "I...was also...in Auschwitz." Chaim: "But...you have no number." Anna: "No...No, I was not a prisoner...I was a member of the S.S." Ron Elisha examines some fundamental moral concepts as he unfolds the individual stories of two people trying to reconcile their tormented pasts in order to accept and renew life. One int. set.