At only 22 years old, Hannah Senesh, a young Hungarian poet, parachuted into Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia with a small group of Jewish volunteers. As theirs was the only rescue mission for Jews that occurred in World War II, Senesh emerged as a 20th-century heroine. Her courageous life story is told through her writings, her mother's memoirs, and the recollections of her loved ones, including two of her fellow parachutists. 85 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; behind-the-scenes footage; deleted scenes; interviews; theatrical trailer.