Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport Image
Metascore
79

Generally favorable reviews - based on 25 Critics

User Score
7.4

Generally favorable reviews- based on 5 Ratings

Summary: In an effort to remove Jewish children from Nazi territory in pre-World War II Europe, the "Kindertransport" sent children far away from their families to live with stangers, often never to see their parents again. In this documentary, the aging survivors and their rescuers tell their moving stories.
Runtime: 122 min
Rating: Rated PG for thematic elements.
Production: Sabine Films
Genres: War, Documentary
Countries: USA, UK
Languages: English, German
Home Release Date: Aug 28, 2001
Director Credit
Mark Jonathan Harris Director
Writer Credit
Mark Jonathan Harris Written By
Principal Cast Credit
Judi Dench Narrator
Cast Credit
Alexander Gordon Himself
Bertha Leverton Herself
Eva Hayman Herself
Franzi Groszmann Herself
Hedy Epstein Herself
Jack Hellman Himself
Kurt Fuchel Himself
Lore Segal Herself
Lorraine Allard Herself
Lory Cahn Herself
Nicholas Winton Himself
Norbert Wollheim Himself
Robert Sugar Himself
Ursula Rosenfeld Herself
Producer Credit
Alicia Dwyer Associate Producer
Cayce Callaway Associate Producer
Deborah Oppenheimer Producer
Lou Fusaro Line Producer
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