A touching story decades in the making.
To help us understand what it means to be human, filmmaker Yahn Arthus-Bertrand interviewed 2,000 different types of people from all over the world for his docu-film series, Human. One of the people he interviewed was Francine, a Holocaust survivor from France. As a young girl, she was sent to a concentration camp with her mother and she tells her story of kindness and survival that ends decades later in truly remarkable fashion.
More than a moving story: a true life lesson.Thank you Francine. #WhatMakesUsHUMANPosted by HUMAN on Friday, September 25, 2015