In July of 1943, five people out of 20,000 survived the liquidation of the Glembokoye ghetto - Sol & Luba Kotz were two of them. Their infant son, David would have been a survivor, as well, had he not been shot through the cheek by the Nazis as his father ran with him in his arms. This is only a part of this couple's extraordinary story. In a time of comic book heroes, this true story of love, sacrifice & courage is powerful, rare & epic. It is filled with miraculous events that demonstrate the power of the human spirit to rise above tragedy & thrive. It is movie worthy.

Cathey Baier