Alice Herz-Sommer is the world’s oldest survivor of the holocaust at 108 years old. During WWII she survived a Nazi concentration camp in Prague while most of her family was exterminated. She lives to this day, full of joy and laughter because she holds a unique viewpoint on life.
Nourish Creative was asked to take raw interview footage of Tony Robbins speaking with Alice in London 2011 and combine it with archival footage to tell her story. Additional clips of Alice playing the piano are added, something she credits as saving her from the war.
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