Simone Lagrange Remembers Auschwitz
Friday 2nd June 2017, 6:30 PM - 9:45 PM
Institute of Group Analysis, London NW3 5BY
At this Join-the-Debate@IGA we will be showing the French documentary As a Young Girl of Thirteen – Simone Lagrange Remembers Auschwitz (original title: Moi, petite fille de treize ans). The documentary will be followed by a Large Group, convened by Group Analyst Annie Hershkowitz, which will allow reflection on Lagrange’s perceptive and vivid description of the years before, during and after her imprisonment at Auschwitz.
Deported at the age of 13, Simone Lagrange survived Auschwitz-Birkenau. Forty years later, she was the principal witness at the Klaus Barbie trial. The strength of her words reflects the 13-year-old that she was, and her characteristic revolt and tenacity: 'I did not become what they wanted'. The camera follows her into the classroom, addressing generations of young people. By its very subjectivity, the innermost experience at the heart of each survivor's testimony, makes it unique and irreplaceable.
6:15 PM Registration
6:30 PM Documentary: As a Young Girl of Thirteen - Simone Lagrange Remembers Auschwitz
8:15 PM Refreshments
8:30 PM Large Group with Group Analyst Annie Hershkowitz
9:45 PM End
IGA Members/Students £10
Please note that light refreshments (juice, wine and nibbles) are included in the ticket price.
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