CBS Film Series presents “No Place On Earth”
By Samie Gebers
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
When:
April 23, 2017, 11:30 am @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
2017-04-23T11:30:00-07:00
2017-04-23T13:00:00-07:00
Where:
Congregation Beth Shalom
21430 Centre Pointe Pkwy
Saugus, CA 91350
USA
Cost:
$5 includes Movie, Lunch & Popcorn - Tickets Purchased at Door
Contact:
Suzannah Warlick
(661) 254-2411

The remarkable true story of No Place on Earth starts out as a mystery. While exploring some of the longest caves in the world in southwestern Ukraine, American caver Chris Nicola stumbled upon unusual objects…an antique woman’s shoe, a comb, old buttons, an old world key…67 years later, the mystery unravels.
Western Ukraine was one of the worst places for Jews during WWII. Five Jewish families saw what was to come as Hitler began attacking Europe and they went into hiding.
In October 1942, these 38 men, women, and children ages 2 to 76 slid down a hole in the ground to seek refuge from Nazi persecution. They went inside a cave where no human had gone before. Their story of survival, living in near total darkness, in cold, damp caves is one like no other ever told. It’s a story of courage and determination to survive an invader’s cruelty and their neighbors’ treachery.

About the author

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers is currently studying broadcast journalism at College of the Canyons. She reports on the weekends as well as produces video content during the week.

CBS Film Series presents “No Place On Earth”

When:
April 23, 2017, 11:30 am @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
2017-04-23T11:30:00-07:00
2017-04-23T13:00:00-07:00
Where:
Congregation Beth Shalom
21430 Centre Pointe Pkwy
Saugus, CA 91350
USA
Cost:
$5 includes Movie, Lunch & Popcorn - Tickets Purchased at Door
Contact:
Suzannah Warlick
(661) 254-2411

The remarkable true story of No Place on Earth starts out as a mystery. While exploring some of the longest caves in the world in southwestern Ukraine, American caver Chris Nicola stumbled upon unusual objects…an antique woman’s shoe, a comb, old buttons, an old world key…67 years later, the mystery unravels.
Western Ukraine was one of the worst places for Jews during WWII. Five Jewish families saw what was to come as Hitler began attacking Europe and they went into hiding.
In October 1942, these 38 men, women, and children ages 2 to 76 slid down a hole in the ground to seek refuge from Nazi persecution. They went inside a cave where no human had gone before. Their story of survival, living in near total darkness, in cold, damp caves is one like no other ever told. It’s a story of courage and determination to survive an invader’s cruelty and their neighbors’ treachery.

About the author

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers is currently studying broadcast journalism at College of the Canyons. She reports on the weekends as well as produces video content during the week.