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“I had to confront the fact that my mother kept this secret – a lie of omission that was all about my origins. “ - Director Eve Ash
Man on the Bus follows one woman’s journey through a series of shocking revelations about her family history. As Melbourne-based psychologist and filmmaker Eve Ash investigates her parents’ story, she uncovers secrets that upend her life. Gripping interviews, home movies and archival footage plant notes of suspicion and reveal clues — names in a street directory; old 8mm films; mention of a man on a bus in an old recording. A bombshell follows and Eve’s image of her mother, Martha, a Polish survivor of the Holocaust, is blown apart.
Director Eve Ash is a guest of the festival.
|Release Date||16 November 2019|
|Running Time||1hr 24m|
|Rating||CTC | Not yet classified|
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