Having fled her native Russia at the time of the Revolution, Isa Kremer became a noted soprano in Europe, then came to America where she became celebrated as a recitalist of Yiddish folk music. She spent the balance of her life in Argentina, where she came to be blacklisted by the Peron regime. A lifetime spent circling the globe in performance, and being impacted by major societal upheavals, is memorably chronicled here. 56 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.