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The Invisibles

While Goebbels infamously declared Berlin “free of Jews” in 1943, 1,700 managed to survive in the Nazi capital. Claus Räfle’s gripping docudrama traces the stories of four real-life survivors who learned to hide in plain sight.

Moving between cinemas, cafés and safe houses, they dodged Nazi officials and a dense network of spies and informants. Yet their prudence was at odds with their youthful recklessness, prompting them to join the resistance, forge passports, or pose as Aryan war widows. Masterfully weaving these story threads together, The Invisibles is a testament to the resourcefulness, willpower and sheer chance needed to survive against incredible odds.

"What
The Invisibles documents and dramatizes is really pretty darned incredible." - The Epoch Times

“Emotional, authentic, intelligent...One of the best German films of the year.” - Filmstarts

Played at

Playhouse 7, 2.01.19 - 2.14.19
Royal, 1.25.19 - 2.07.19
Town Center 5, 1.25.19 - 2.13.19
Rated NR This film is subtitled This film is subtitled
Runtime: 110 min
Language: German
FEATURED REVIEW: Joe Bendel, Epoch Times
Even under the oppressive National Socialist regime, at the height of the war, homelessness afforded a cloak of invisibility—fortunately. The air raid blackouts also helped. For even after Berlin had been declared “free of Jews” in 1943, an estimated 7,000 remained ...