Directed by Lillian Glass
Documentary Feature | 90 min | USA
Rosalee Glass is a 101-year-old Holocaust survivor, taken prisoner to a Russian gulag in Siberia during WW2. After being taken to Kazakhstan and later to a Displaced Persons Camp in Germany, she made her way to America. She shares her story of survival and transforms her destiny by living her life to the fullest after a life-changing tragedy during her senior years, where she lost her will to live. But miraculously, she found the strength that would transform her life and enable her to live her dreams. In her late 80's, she started an acting career. At 94 won 'Miss Congeniality' in a Senior beauty pageant. She was seen by millions in a Super Bowl commercial at 97 and wrote a book sharing her secrets to a long life at 99. And at age 100 she dares to ride with Alaskan Sled Dogs showing us it is never too late to live your dream.
* Rosalee will be joining us with her daughter, Lillian Glass who is the director of the film, for a Q & A on Friday August 10th.