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The Violin (2007)

Not Rated | | Short, Drama, History | 8 August 2007 (USA)
A teenage boy rediscovers his courage and love of life after being reunited with an old flame in the most horrific place imaginable - a concentration camp.


Inbar Gilboa


Inbar Gilboa
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Credited cast:
Raviv Ullman ... David
Sarah Drew ... Judit
Melora Hardin ... Gertrude Bloch
Michael Perl ... Jacob
Drew Berenc ... Ostheim
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Babish Robert Babish ... Prisoner
Brandie June Chernow Brandie June Chernow ... Prisoner
Joshua Collins Joshua Collins ... Student violinist
Levi Damione Levi Damione ... Nazi Officer
Kelly Doherty Kelly Doherty ... Female Prisoner
Joe Geller Joe Geller ... Prisoner
Heather Halley ... Prisoner
Kim Helms Kim Helms ... Murdered Woman
Mackenzie Jamieson ... Judit's Friend (as Liz Jamieson)
Paul Papadakis Paul Papadakis ... Murdered Man


The Violin tells the story of David, a shy 17-year-old who falls in love with a girl named Judit in 1944 Hungary. When the Nazis invade, the two are separated, only to be reunited by fate in a concentration camp. Faced with unspeakable horrors, the two are in the end still teenagers, with their insecurities, their hopes and dreams, and their potential for extraordinary acts of love and bravery. Written by Inbar Gilboa

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Short | Drama | History


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Hope in a Hopeless Place
28 July 2019 | by careohfulSee all my reviews

The year is 1944. In a music class in Hungary, David and Judit develop romantic feelings for each other. They are separated, but they are later reunited... at a concentration camp.

This tragic story shows resilience and keeping hope alive even in the worst possible conditions. Even though both teens are stuck in a concentration camp, they sought refuge and found hope in each other. It's well-acted and does a masterful job at telling its story in only 22 minutes. Although tragedy is inevitable, both characters were very likable and I rooted for them until the very end.

I highly recommend this film to watch.

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