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The voice of a young Jewish generation, telling the story of life between Berlin and Tel Aviv, between parties and the war in Gaza.
My name is Lola. I am a German; I am a Jew. And the only one who has any right to draw a Hitler moustache on my face is me. I’m fed up with other people deciding who I am and who I’m not. I decide what hurts me and what doesn’t.
Lola’s grandparents survived the Holocaust – but she is expected to keep her cool in the face of anti-Semitic jokes. She doesn‘t stand for it. She lives in Berlin; travels to Tel Aviv in the summer of 2014, during the war. With rage, wit, and unbridled enthusiasm, Lola searches for a life of her own.
About Mirna Funk
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