Could Holograms Let Our Experiences Live On? | Op-Docs

three two one go ahead my name is Eva Schloss would you like to ask me some questions about my life why don’t you ask me everybody said never necessary to teach until speak about it my name is Princess scooter I will answer any questions you might have for me how old are you in the morning win the war ended in 1945 it’s going to be somewhat normal in a hundred years time to have a person sitting and in this position and it won’t seem as unnatural when you start to get into the questions and you start to get into the dialogue you kind of lose sight of the fact that the person’s not actually there 100 * on the stage recording everything in all directions and we could put those back drops behind you eventually I found my own voice okay here we go good morning sorry to speak for the first time and I haven’t stopped since this is Eva Schloss to know about it and this was really a big Turning Point in my life this is a repeat after me my name is Eva Schloss and I’m a survivor actually a recording so I can’t answer that question I can’t answer that question I don’t remember I don’t remember maybe you should try to a book I don’t classify change how people really feel about said to pretend it is somebody really speaking to several listings at I’m 30 or 50 years ago how did it feel to wear the yellow star child and I didn’t that I didn’t see why is it was necessary and I had a big fight this Grandma’s I didn’t want to explain to be very very carefully and slowly why it was dangerous not to wear can I just tell you this answer the great it just the right lane to the right amount of details wonderful what happened when you arrive at a shirts separated so people cling to each other and hand and said Ava chair go to protect you Alpha single factors who do everyday the same story every area because if it would do the same thing all the time and I’m at Exit appreciate have you come up with a name for the contraction that you’re in yet who described as the most emotional situation that you had to face while you were in auschwitz-birkenau icing biggest choke experience was when I saw my naked Masa walking out of this back knowing that she was going to be guest the hottest moment the experience and she was safe I touch and she lifts for a long long time till 93 years old at always seen it in front of my eyes so I lift visit really you know I solve the inside of the cat attack very bad move that shows that every night which made sex especially they never not busy you know all those images came back till I started to speak about Seneca let go this is over here and he’s in the forest around here the pond is all around this area here thank you have no idea and it was okay very often to her house so however suffering and he really help me a lot you never ever really sing said but I just felt it when you looked at me the same thing you remember how you felt about him after you read the diary why not too busy to cope with my own grief and she would like to live on meaning see what’s become a bottle and she had succeeded how did your daughters cope with having to parents to both experienced trauma approaches to cope with it to accept it she didn’t want to talk about it you have some psychological problems animality don’t know my name GTI usually twice a week and go out speaking I said to my daughter so I don’t have to do all these and needs it for my sanity too hot I got over it’s just I find the only single don’t get over the alien that don’t think I ever really so loss this project said she can go on telling the story I hope you don’t forget what you’ve hurt here today goodbye
The sharing of personal experiences by Holocaust survivors has been an important act of collective memory, and a warning against the dangers of prejudice and hatred. But more than six decades after the end of World War II, the population of Holocaust survivors is diminishing quickly. In “116 Cameras,” director Davina Pardo introduces us to Eva Schloss, a holocaust survivor who, having told shared her experience for more than thirty years, takes part in an innovative new attempt to preserve survivors’ stories in holographic form for future generations.

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