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FRONTLINE

Never Forget to Lie

FRONTLINE

Never Forget to Lie

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Filmmaker Marian Marzynski, who survived the Holocaust as a Jewish child hidden among Catholics, explores his own wartime childhood and the experiences of other child survivors. Talking with some of the last remaining witnesses of the Holocaust, he delves into what it means to have an identity forged under circumstances where survival began with the directive "never forget to lie."

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How Childhood & Military School Shaped Trump

"The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden" examines how both candidates have responded to crises throughout their lives — starting back at the beginning. This excerpt goes inside how Donald Trump was shaped by both his stern and demanding father and his time at military school.

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"Policing the Police 2020" - Preview

George Floyd's killing triggered mass demonstrations nationwide calling for racial justice and police accountability in the United States. In the wake of those protests, New Yorker writer and historian Jelani Cobb returns to a troubled police department he first visited four years ago to examine whether reform can work, and how police departments can be held accountable.

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24m 59s

Amor, Vida y el Virus

Una colaboración de FRONTLINE y Univisión. La película fue dirigida por Oscar Guerra y cuenta la historia de Zully, una joven madre, y su lucha para sobrevivir al COVID-19 después de haber sido intubada para dar a luz y haber estado cerca de tres semanas en coma, mientras su esposo Marvin y su hijo mayor, Junior, se recuperaban del virus.

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Love, Life and the Virus

Follow a mother’s fight to survive COVID-19 and see her newborn baby. FRONTLINE filmmaker Oscar Guerra documents how the coronavirus hit one immigrant family, their struggle to be reunited, and the community that rallied around them.

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20m 49s

Undocumented in the Pandemic

From FRONTLINE, The Marshall Project and the Pulitzer Center, “Undocumented in the Pandemic” tells the story of an immigrant family’s struggle to stay together, while their father is detained by ICE in a facility where COVID-19 is spreading.

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"Once Upon A Time In Iraq" - Preview

This is the story of the Iraq war, told by Iraqis who lived through it. They share their personal accounts and lasting memories of life under Saddam Hussein, the U.S.-led invasion of their country and the 17 years of chaos that followed — from the sectarian violence to the rise and brutal reign of ISIS.

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The Last Call

A story of one family devastated by NYC’s COVID-19 outbreak. First, her daughter spiked a fever. Then, her aunt was rushed to the hospital. As illness swept through Jessica Caro’s family in the early weeks of New York’s coronavirus crisis, she and her mother confided in and supported one another through calls and texts. Then her mom developed a cough.

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