Six thousand Jewish people were deported from the Düsseldorf goods station in Germany between 1941 and 1942. The memories of the young Hilde Sherman-Zander, one of only a few survivors, fill the building once more before it is pulled down.
Length: 15 minutes
Principal Cast: Claire Oelkers
Director of Photography: Justyna Feicht
Assistant Director of Photography: Susumu Miyazu
Sound Design: Caroline Cochmus, Andre Weigel, Maciej Feicht
Sound Mixer: Andre Weigel
Editor: Oleg Tcherny
Historical Advice: Hildegard Jakobs, Mahn and Gedenkstatte Dusseldorf
Renate Günther-Greene (b. 1944, Düsseldorf, Germany) worked in advertising before turning to documentary filmmaking four years ago. The Man Who Listens (2007) was nominated for the German Grimme-Preis, and 2007 Before the tracks also appeared in the 2007 Bilbao Film Festival. Recently, Renate's Düsseldorf-Theresienstadt 50 Reichsmark (2008), about the deportation of Jews from 1941 to 1942, debuted on German television.