FILM SERIES: The Jewish Experience in Hungarian Cinema
"The Revolt of Job"
Sunday, Feb 13, 2011 1:00 PM EST
(12:30 PM Doors)
Museum of Jewish Heritage: Edmond J. Safra Hall, New York, NY
The Jewish Experience in Hungarian Cinema
Sunday, February 13
1 P.M. The Revolt of Job
(1983, VHS, 105 min., Hungarian with English subtitles)
Directed by Imre Gyongyossy and Barna Kabay
1984 Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film
Post-screening discussion with Prof. Jerry Carlson
In this tender film, an elderly Jewish couple, whose own children have died, attempt to adopt a Christian child in 1943 and teach him about their spiritual heritage.
Each film is $10, $7 students/seniors, $5 for members
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This film series is made possible by the Hungarian Cultural Institute in New York and is presented in conjunction with the Museum’s latest exhibition Fire in My Heart: The Story of Hannah Senesh