The Last Jew from Drohobych is the story of Alfred Schreyer – in his own words – the only surviving pre-WWII Jewish resident in this Western Ukraine town. In the 1930s, Schreyer was a student of the eminent Polish writer, Bruno Schulz. During the Nazi occupation he survived forced labor and concentration camps. He returned home – after the war – alone. Schreyer became a singer and violinist in a local Cinema Lobby Orchestra, which was – until 1963 – a truly unique Soviet tradition in cinema culture. Today, Alfred Schreyer is living history; his life story chronicles a century in Drohobych caught between tragedy and resilience.