The documentary tells the harrowing story of two Jewish twins, Adam and Ida Paluch, who were separated as toddlers during the Holocaust. Adam was given up for adoption and survived a concentration camp, while Ida was hidden with a Polish couple and survived the war. Both siblings were baptized, given new names and birth certificates, and raised Catholic. Their stories seemed destined never to cross paths again.
More than 50 years later, something miraculous happened. Ida discovered a photo that triggered a feeling of recognition. Eventually, the two siblings were reunited after living most of their lives unaware of each other’s existence. Their remarkable story of loss, survival, identity, and the search for belonging is told in their own words in this gripping documentary, which bears witness to one of the darkest moments in human history.