The Lady in Number 6 - Malcolm Clarke's documentary profiles 109-year-old pianist Alice Herz Sommer, the oldest living Holocaust survivor, who shares her story on the importance of music, laughter and how to live a long happy life.
From Huffington Post:
Alice Herz-Sommer is known for her grace and wisdom. The 109-year-old, who is the oldest living pianist and Holocaust survivor, is undoubtedly one of the most inspirational people in the world.
Now, a documentary called "The Lady In Number 6" is telling her incredible story from beginning to end -- but just the 11-minute preview in itself is amazing enough."Every day in life is beautiful," Herz-Sommer says in the video above. "Every day. It's beautiful."
The 38-minute-long documentary is directed by Malcolm Clarke and produced by Nicholas Reed and has already been shortlisted for the Academy Awards' documentary short subject category, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Website dedicated to Alice -> http://nickreedent.com
Video of Alice -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oxO3M6rAPw
Book on Alice -> A Century of Wisdom by Caroline Stoessinger