Before the Holocaust, Poland’s four million Jews made the country the epicenter of the Jewish world. Among the small percentage of survivors, some grew up Catholic, and their children and grandchildren were unaware of their religious identities. This poignant documentary follows several women in their 20s, as they try to reclaim their cultural and religious Jewishness in a vacuum, with little knowledge of their long-buried heritage.
In Person: Director Adam Zucker
Sponsored by Hadassah Brandeis Institute and The Vilna Shul. Please join Havurah on the Hill for Kabbalat Shabbat and conversation with director Adam Zucker, Friday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m. at the historic Vilna Shul, 18 Phillips St., Boston (Beacon Hill)
Event Location: Institute of Contemporary Art
100 Northern Ave., Boston, Massachusetts, 02210
$12.00 Seniors, students, BJFF, MFA, WGBH and Coolidge Corner Theatre members