During the Holocaust, tailor Ben Altman miraculously survived five concentration camps because his skills proved useful to the Nazis. Once free, Altman resumed life as a tailor, but after retirement, he was overcome by an immense need to release his painful past─so he began to paint. This thought-provoking documentary offers a unique view of the Holocaust as represented in the paintings of one resilient man. 80 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English; audio commentary; featurettes.