Hanni Weissenberg, now Hanni Lévy, survived as a Jew in Nazi Germany.
Today, the petite and lively 94-year-old lives in Paris. Earlier this month, she returned to Berlin, her home during the war years, to attend the screening of a film about her and other Jews who survived while hiding under the noses of the Nazis.
The Invisibles, a German documentary-drama based on the accounts of four survivors, opened Friday in the U.S.
In the film, Lévy is depicted first at age 17, sitting in her Berlin apartment in 1943, with the Gestapo pounding on the door.