Six Million and One is a feature-length documentary made by David Fisher, currently playing in Israeli cinemas. Fisher worked for many years as director of the New Fund for Film and TV, one of the most important jobs in the Israeli film industry. His newest documentary, according to Nirit Anderman of Ha'aretz, "reveals the bleeding insides of one family, which was forced, like many others, for many years, to live a seemingly normal life in the shadow of the Holocaust, a permanent, invisible presence in their home."
The film focuses on Fisher and his three siblings as they travel back to Austria to the camp where their father was a slave laborer. My friend, Phil Bloom, describes this is as "one of the best portrayals of how the children of a survivor cope and don't cope with the legacy."