Martha Goell Lubell and Barbara Attie’s 57-minute video weaves together the stories of three Jewish women who survived the Holocaust as teenagers. The intercutting of interviews, archival footage, stills, and present-day shots of key locales is a bit muddled, but the stories’ details are moving enough: one girl trusted her boyfriend’s assessment of the Nazi roundups rather than her father’s and survived while the father perished; another, summoned to photograph a local Nazi leader, was convinced that he would kill her if she captured his cruel visage and asked him to smile.