When Anita Schorr goes out, she is often followed by a young Czech girl. The youth presents herself meticulously when she appears with Schorr, turning out in a smart dress or sharp Alpine ski outfit, her lustrous brown hair neatly combed.
The girl has a striking resemblance to Schorr. In fact, the girl is Schorr, albeit in photographs more than 70 years old. In this way, the 80-year-old Westport resident connects with young people at schools, churches and synagogues throughout Connecticut and metropolitan New York as she tells her story of surviving the Holocaust.