Review of Never, Again

Montreal Gazette Feb 10, 2017 It’s 1956, a seminal year in modern Hungarian history. But for the residents of Békes, a village literally at the end of the line if you’re taking the train from Budapest, in many ways it feels like life has barely changed since medieval times. Everyone knows everyone else, people grow their own vegetables and draw their water from a common well. For Sanyi and Hannah Wolfstein, the village has represented a haven after the Holocaust that claimed many of their family and friends, and seemingly a safe and nurturing place for their only child, son Tomi, who is abou

© 2016 by ENDRE FARKAS. Proudly created with

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • w-youtube