A survivor of the Second World War, a successful businesswoman and a great-grandma, Sonia is an incredible woman. She's been working at her own tailor shop for the last three decades or so, and, even though business is slow, she's not going to leave it. However, they give her an eviction notice, which means Sonia will have to find the money for the rent ASAP. The possibility of her finally retiring for good brings back old memories when she was a refugee. As a young woman, Sonia saw how the Nazis were killing her people and couldn't do anything about it. Still, she made it out alive and well and is still carrying the memory. Moving and touching, this documentary movie is a must-see.