Helena proclaims her love and commitment to Ari.
Helena's fiance' Fredrik sings a song from their childhood and turns it into a plea to save their relationship.
Ari dreams out loud to Helena.
Helena deals with the conflict between what she's been taught about Jews and the reality that she was lied to.
Ari and the other Jewish underground rock out on the ugly necessity of war.
The Jewish Underground introduces themselves and the risk they face.
Ari and the Jewish resistance on the character that makes for a good man.
Helena notices that her life is perfect - a little too perfect given the destruction around her.
Helena's father, a Nazi officer, sings about his duty to Germany and the Fuhrer.
Helena's mother Ingrid on her deathbed; reminds Helena that she will always be with her.
The Nazi band sings at the house-warming party for Helena's family in Warsaw.
Ari has just met the beautiful and kind Helena. It's the first time he's felt happy in months.
Helena's mother educates Helena on the nature of men always wanting to be in charge. The men intervene to prove the women absolutely correct.
Fredrik begins his hunt for Ari after hearing Helena was kidnapped.
Braun, Helena's childhood friend prays for a single day where he doesn't feel like he's going to hell. Sung by Brian Baldwin.
In War Changes Everything, Helena scolds a young American soldier who asks her out on a date.
In Love Changes Everything, Mrs. and Mr. K. remind Helena that live, love and even happiness can live on after the tragedy of war.
Helena is not happy that her father surprised her by announcing her engagement at a party.
Helena's daughter Sarah sings about missing a father in her life. Sung by the adorable Miriam Spumkin.
Ari is beaten and Helena helps him get to the hideout. But the other underground fighters are not happy to see a Nazi girl in their secret meeting place.