Tailor Ben Altman, as a child wanted to be a painter. He was captured by the Nazis and placed in 5 different camps around Poland. Ben survived the camps because his skill as a tailor was useful to the Nazis. After his camp was freed by the Russians, Ben went to live in San Francisco and continued to make his living as a tailor. It was after his retirement that a lifetime of memories poured out of him, and onto his canvases. The images of his dreams and emotions are a powerful testament to a brutal period in his life. But they are also an inspiration and a reminder that our thoughts create who we are.

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1 min 4 sec

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5,616

Posted On
May 16, 2010
Director
Matthew Webber

Writer
Matthew Webber

Studio
Independent

Release
May 1, 2010
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Unknown or Not Available
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