The aim of this film, which I made with the support of my family and others involved in the Holocaust, is to draw attention to and provide financial aid to the Moscow Public Organization of Former Young Prisoners of Ghettos and Nazi concentration camps
The aim of this film, which I made with the support of my family and others involved in the Holocaust, is to draw attention to and provide financial aid to the Moscow Public Organization of Former Young Prisoners of Ghettos and Nazi concentration camps
About The Film
I decided to make this documentary in Moscow in the summer of 2019, asking a group of Holocaust survivors to share with me their experience of the tragedy. Unfortunately, as many survivors are inactive and in poor health, I was able to interview just seven of them. While editing the film, I tried to include only the most touching and visceral moments—an attempt to put the audience in the victims' shoes and communicate just some of their pain. A great deal has been left behind the scenes. Thank you for attention and comprehension.
Let's Gift Them Some Joy!
In July of 2019, I organized a day of food and music for multiple survivors, including those whom I interviewed. They were appreciative of my efforts, and they all expressed a wish for more of the same. To that end, I kindly ask you to get involved in raising or donating funds for additional events like this. Let's give these survivors the joy that they were robbed of in their childhood.

Please donate – anything helps!
Help me reach my goal of organizing an event for the survivors to celebrate the 75th Commemoration of the End of World War II in May!
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For all questions about donations, please write to Grigoryi at grisha.mouromtsev@gmail.com.
What people say about this video
Yehudah Teichtal
Rabbi of the Jewish Community of Berlin and president of the Chabad Jewish Education Centre in Berlin, Germany.
I would like to compliment Grigoryi for such a beautiful and significant film. Indeed, we can only guarantee a bright future if we consistently remember and learn from the past. Grigoryi, continue further in the same spirit, and I hope that success will accompany you!
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About me
My name is Grigoryi Mouromtsev, and I am a 17-year-old Russian high school student studying abroad in Switzerland.

I decided to make this project after first hearing the survival account of my own grandfather, who was abandoned in a Ukrainian field after losing both parents during the war. Shocked and intrigued, I spent a great deal of my childhood reading additional survival narratives and trying to put myself in the survivors' shoes. With this project, I hope to shed additional light on the Holocaust's atrocities, taking you beyond the facts and figures. Likewise, I also hope to help the remaining survivors, raising money for events that will give them joy.
About me
My name is Grigoryi Mouromtsev, and I am a 17-year-old Russian high school student studying abroad in Switzerland.

I decided to make this project after first hearing the survival account of my own grandfather, who was abandoned in a Ukrainian field after losing both parents during the war. Shocked and intrigued, I spent a great deal of my childhood reading additional survival narratives and trying to put myself in the survivors' shoes. With this project, I hope to shed additional light on the Holocaust's atrocities, taking you beyond the facts and figures. Likewise, I also hope to help the remaining survivors, raising money for events that will give them joy.