Los Angeles -- Oh how the heart sings and the mind speaks through the well spring of the soul reaching deep within the depths of human desire and soaring ever so often in the delirium of the wondrous solitude of heavenly peace while in the midst of the demons that dwell within the shadows of our fears, intoxicating our sense of reality and clarity with the obnoxious stench of death's impending calamity...the Holocaust as never seen nor heard through the 2014 Oscar(R) Winning Documentary short "The Lady In Number 6". A portrait of Alice Herz-Sommer, a classically trained pianist who played for her life in the orchestra of the Thereseinstadt concentration camp. After the war she settled in London where she continued playing the piano each day until the end of her life which ironically came Sunday at the ripe young age of 110, two day before the close of Oscar(R) voting. I guess God and his Angels needed her more than we do. Here then is the trailer of "The Lady In Number 6", a lesson on living successfully and making the most out of a life that was pretty much hidden in the shadows of mans inhumanity to man.
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