Jewish Film Nights: A Bag of Marbles


Celebrating 25 years of showing Jewish films at the JCC, Jewish Film Nights at the J brings you eight thought-provoking, entertaining, and educational films. There will be one film shown on one night each month. Each film will have a brief introduction and opportunity to stay after for discussion. Themes are varied: drama, history, comedy, documentary, contemporary. All films have a Jewish connection. Everyone is invited to enjoy these free film events at the JCC.

As the German army occupies Paris in 1941, Roman Joffo, a Jewish barber, realizes his family is in danger of detention and worse. Planning their escape to the "free zone" in southern France, he sends his youngest sons on the perilous trip by themselves. This film is in French and Yiddish with subtitles.

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