A tight little sleeper. Douglas is a German Jew who survived the Nazi concentration camps but lost his wife and children. He was a famous juggler before the war and now finds himself with thousands of other displaced persons in Israel.
When he arrives in a temporary camp, his actions are odd enough to merit notice by the camp psychiatrist. He runs away on his first night and is followed by Benedict, an Israeli cop, who finally stops him and wants to see his papers. Douglas immediately flashes back to when a Nazi asked the same
thing, and he knocks Benedict out, then flees. Douglas escapes Haifa and makes his way to Mount Carmel where he spends the night. In the ...