During the four hours in which Frank Grunwald shared his family’s heart-rendering holocaust story, nothing was more poignant than his memories of the final moments that he shared with his mother and brother in Auschwitz.
The more Frank spoke of that time, the more he shifted to one side of his chair, almost moving outside of the view of the camera and outside of a clear focus.
The unconscious shift revealed as much as any words that this extraordinary man spoke.
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