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German / Hebrew / Spanish (English subtitles)
Lilith’s family is moving to a lakeside hotel in Patagonia inherited by her mother. On the way they meet a charming German doctor who asks to stay with them while he sets up his surgery. Bullied for being small, Lilith is desperate to grow and quickly befriends the doctor who is keen to offer her growth treatment. However, there is something about the doctor that her parents and even some of the townspeople don’t trust. Inspired by the real life of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, this is an intriguing drama unraveled through the eyes of a curious young girl.
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