PRI Public Radio International report:
“Unlikely roommates: A Holocaust survivor and grandchild of Nazis share a home in California”

Near Normal Man awarded BEST DOCUMENTARY of the SDJFF Short Film Forum, 2017

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From The Washington Post

“This 95-year-old Holocaust survivor has a roommate — she’s a 31-year-old granddaughter of Nazis”,
article by Colby Itkowitz

From the Huffington Post

“Staying Alive, Staying Human”, film review by Ira Glasser

“I have seen many similar films, but found this one especially moving, largely because of Ben Stern’s extraordinary articulation, from beginning to end. As soon as I saw that he had resettled in Skokie, I knew where this was going . . .Early on in that dispute, despite being a leading defender of the ACLU’s decision to take the case, I resolved never to lecture those who had endured, and still endure, incalculable pain and anguish, on why the First Amendment compelled the result it did.I thought this wonderful film handled the Skokie matter superbly, and that Stern’s narrative about it was marvelous, and his remedy— a massive counter demonstration, a response of speech to speech — exactly right.”

— Ira Glasser, Executive Director American Civil Liberties Union 1978-2001