19 2017

Irma Horowitz Film Series Featuring Falafel & Israeli Short Films

6:30PM - 9:30PM  

Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center 775 Talamini Road
Bridgewater, NJ

$ Cost $ 15.00

Fee: $15/person includes falafel dinner

One Too Many
Thirty year old Kobi is married to Rachel, who’s been in a coma for 4 years following an accident. Kobi uses a little known loophole in Jewish law – the signatures of 100 Rabbis – in order to marry again, despite the fact his first wife is not deceased. However, the first wife wakes up from her coma as he is marrying his second, and Kobi must make a choice between the two women.

French Revolution
A noisy disturbance from some young men on the street erupts into Noni and Tamar’s home, shattering their evening. The violence that ensues raises questions for both of them about fear and ethics, testing the relationship between them to the limit.

Hanna is Beautiful
Hanna, a special needs 37 year old, shows a moving and philosophical insight into her situation. She lives in protective housing, follows her daily routine and hopes for love. Earning well below the minimum wage in the kitchens of a government ministry, Hanna applies for a re-evaluation of her salary in the lightof her high level of competence at work. The film accompanies her through her hardest and happiest moments.


This program is supported by the Irma Horowitz Endowment Fund.