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 Inside Llewyn Davis

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Inside Llewyn Davis is the latest film by the Coen Brothers.  The movie takes place in New York City in 1961 and features a main character who sings folk music.  Rabbi Andy Bachman recently commented on the film in his blog and makes some interesting points.  To see the entire blog, please click on:


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 “Jews Telling Jokes and Stories” on Doc Club in December

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The Jewish legacy of storytelling and humor enlivens December Doc Club’s  diverse selection of films on IFC’s SundanceNOW, a virtual destination for streaming independent films online. From classic Jewish comedy from the likes of Woody Allen to a look into Jewish worlds rarely seen by the public, no topic in the history of the Chosen People is off limits in this comprehensive selection of films.

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 Zaytoun – A Film Review

Entertainment“Zaytoun” is a touching drama set in Beirut in 1982 from Israeli filmmaker Eran Riklis.  During the course of the film, a young Palestinian refugee in Beirut, Fahed, develops a father-son-like relationship with a captured Israeli pilot, Yoni. 

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 "Yossi" - A Film Review

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Eytan Fox's "Yossi" is the heartwarming sequel to his 2002 film "Yossi and Jagger."  The film takes place a decade after the earlier film left off.  "Yossi" reveals the grief and despair that still encompasses the main character, Yossi, as he tries to be a successful surgeon in Tel Aviv despite being haunted by the death of Jagger in Lebanon.  The film takes us through Yossi's own journey to move forward in life, find companionship, and come to terms with his own identity.

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 The Flat - A Film Review

EntertainmentMysteries of the past are discovered when Arnon Goldfinger and his mother Hannah clear out his deceased grandmother’s Tel Aviv apartment in the documentary “The Flat.”  

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 "The Other Son" - A Film Review

EntertainmentWhat happens when two expectant couples go into a hospital to have their babies and unknowingly take home the wrong babies?  What if one couple was Israeli-Jewish and the other couple was Palestinian-Muslim?  What happens when they find out the truth eighteen years later?  All of these questions are raised in the optimistic drama “The Other Son” from French writer and director Lorraine Levy. 


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 2011 Israel Film Festival

EntertainmentThe 2011 Israel Film Festival took place from May 5 through May 11 in New York City.  This year, the festival honored actor Liev Schreiber, director/choreographer Stanley Donen, and director/producer Micha Shagrir.  They received their awards from presenters who included Naomi Watts, Phil Donahue, and Tovah Feldshuh at the opening night gala.



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 “The Names of Love” – film review

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“The Names of Love” is a quirky and off-beat romantic comedy set in France by Michel Leclerc.  In the film, Arthur Martin, whose mother is Jewish, and Baya Benmamoud, whose father is an Algerian Muslim, fall in love despite their differences in religion, politics, and world views.  The film depicts the ups and downs of their relationship as they try to figure out if they really are made for each other despite all of their differences.

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 “Bride Flight” – a film review

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The expectations of starting a new life in a new country is the basis for “Bride Flight,” a Dutch film that centers around the bond of three women and one man who take the historic 1953 “Last Great Air Race” flight from Holland to New Zealand.  The airplane flight was worldwide known as the transporter of future brides to their fiancés in New Zealand. 


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 Lebanon – A Film Review

EntertainmentThe emotional traumatic experiences of four young Israeli soldiers during the first 24 hours of the 1982 Lebanon War are the centerpiece of Samuel Maoz’s feature film “Lebanon.”  Maoz based the film on his own experiences as a tank gunner during the war and centers the entire film on the events that occur in and around an Israeli war tank.

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