Two children under the shadow of death in Nazi-occupied Poland: Rachel, a vivacious and outgoing music lover, lies hidden and silent in an underground bunker for nearly two years. Adam, quietly steadfast, "passes" as a non-Jew, dodgoing those who seek to kill him. Saved by inner fortitude, luck, and the courage and caring of friends and strangers, Rachel and Adam meet and fall in love after the war, and set about building a new life together. Half-a-century later, a chance remark inspires Rachel to explore her memories - and discover who she really is. Always at her side, Adam finds himself compelled to break his long self-imposed silence in the only way he can.
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