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Three women, from different backgrounds, form an unlikely friendship in the midst of war.


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"Three Women: A Hope" is an emotionally and impactfully rendered film that portrays the context of World War II and the Holocaust. Its story takes place in a German village occupied by the Red Army, where a group of Jewish prisoners is held on a train. The film features three strong and complex female characters who form an unlikely friendship, bringing to light issues of distrust, despair, and revenge. Directed by filmmaker Saskia Diesing, "Three Women: A Hope" is a poignant and sensitive historical drama.



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In the spring of 1945 a train deporting hundreds of Jewish prisoners gets stranded near a small German village occupied by the Red Army. Condemned to each other and in a context of deep mistrust, desperation and revenge, an unexpected friendship emerges between Russian sniper Vera, village girl Winnie and Jewish-Dutch woman Simone.

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