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Danny A. Abeckaser unveils trailer for World War II drama ‘Bardejov’

"Bardejov" releases new trailer and poster; Hollywood's top stars support new film by Danny A. Abeckaser.

The poster for "Bardejov." Courtesy.
The poster for "Bardejov." Courtesy.

Director Danny A. Abeckaser has unveiled the trailer and poster for his new film, the WWII drama Bardejov, in advance of its March 19 debut on digital.

The film stars Robert Davi, Danny A. Abeckaser, Dean Miroshnikov, Emma Renana Bardea, Kyle Stefanski, Omer Hazan, and Darren Weiss.

Many celebs are taking notice and sharing the news about this important film, including Gal Gadot. 

Synopsis: Young Hlinka Guards disrupt a peaceful morning in Bardejov, plastering posters demanding that every Jew in town registers for work.

Rafuel Lowy, a rabbi and wine maker, meets with the Jewish council to make a plan of action against the Guard’s orders, keeping all boys in town in the brewery. After the town’s girls are able to sneak in and get boys out, with the rest released the next morning, another order is issued: all girls in the town must present themselves for work in a shoe factory in the East, with no exception. The streets erupt with chaos.

After Lowy discovers there is no shoe factory and the girls will be taken to Auschwitz, they plan to administer Typhus shots on the girls to force quarantine in the town and attempt to save the girls.

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