Rescuers: Stories of Courage—Two Couples
Rescuers: Stories of Courage—Two Couples ★★★1998 (PG)
In “Aart and Joht Je Vos,” Delaney and Donovan are Dutch newlyweds who turn their home into a refuge for Jews hiding from the Nazis. The second story, “Marie Taquet,” features Hamilton in the title role as a Belgian who, along with her husband (Molina), hides Jewish students at their Catholic boarding school. These true stories are based on the book “Rescuers: Portraits of Moral Courage in the Holocaust.” 109m/C VHS . Dana Delany, Martin Donovan, Linda Hamilton, Alfred Molina, Jan Rubes, Nigel Bennett, James Kidnie, Nicholas Kilbertus, Scott Speedman; D: Tim Hunter, Lynne Littman; W: Paul Monash, Francine Carroll, Cy Chermack; C: Miroslaw Baszak; M: Pino Donaggio, Hummie Mann. CABLE
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