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A moving documentary about two people fleeing from Nazi hatred, saved by their self-invented lovely character: Curious George.
This is a well-made documentary about the couple Hans and Margaret Rey, the creators of the famous children's books about the adventures of the little monkey Curious George. It shows, in a quite original way, how this book character was brought to life by its makers and how it actually saved their lives. Being from Jewish descent, Hans and Margaret fled Europe just in time to escape the persecutions by the Nazi's, but bringing with them as their gift to the free world, the first manuscript about the adventures of a small curious monkey. Stories that have settled in the minds of millions of children and their children's children. Definitely recommended.
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