So I watched a documentary on History Channel last weekend and I can't stop thinking about it. It's called "No place on Earth" and it was the most gripping and fascinating thing I've ever seen. It's about an extended family of Jewish Ukrainians who lived in a cave for almost 2 years during WWII in order to escape persecution. It wouldn't be quite as interesting if it were told by a third party- but a few of them who were 5-25 at the time survived and are the ones who are telling the whole story at 80+ years old. It's so emotional to see their faces and their tears as they recall the details. Definitely watch it if you can!!