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Set in 1977 and inspired by true events, this new film starring Nelly Tagar ("Zero Motivation") is about two Israeli sisters who delve into the dark mystery of their father’s former life in Poland during WWII.

"Fiddler on the Roof"

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Norman Jewison's iconic 1971 film adaptation of the 1964 Broadway musical.

"The Day of the Locust"

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With its elaborate design and unforgettable finale, John Schlesinger's 1975 adaptation of Nathanael West’s biblical novel, written on the eve of World War II, is a vision of desperation on the fringes of 1930s Hollywood.

WATCH: John Oliver Skewers Ivanka Trump And Jared Kushner

 Much ink has been spilled on Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s experience, their effect on the president, even their personalities — but none of us actually know all that much about them.

Well, that’s John Oliver’s take on President Trump’s two key advisers at least. The comedian spent most of his HBO show “Last Week Tonight” on Sunday skewering the pair of Jewish West Wing insiders.

Ivanka, Oliver argues, may not be exerting as much influence on her father as liberals like to believe. In fact, we might not even know the truth about her views at all.

"One Week and a Day"

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(Apr. 28-May 4) — Grieving father Eyal, in a span of a day, steals medicinal marijuana from a hospice and skips work to hang out with his estranged neighbor’s son, while his wife tries to get back to her daily routine.

"Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story"

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(Apr. 28-May 4) — A doc about the partnership of a husband and wife whose extraordinary careers spanned six decades of movie-making, from "The Ten Commandments" to "Fiddler on the Roof" to "Full Metal Jacket."

"The Exception" — U.S. PREMIERE

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(Apr. 26-28) — A World War II tale of espionage and romance, in which a German soldier is forced to make the choice between his country and his heart. Actor Christopher Plummer appears at tonight's screening.

"The Wedding Plan" — NEW YORK PREMIERE

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(Apr. 25-27) — A funny and poignant screwball comedy from trailblazing writer-director Rama Burshtein ("Fill the Void”), who returns to the cloistered Orthodox community she knows intimately.

Judd Apatow: The Jew Crush

These Two Jewish Canadians Shtick The Landing

Many people claim Yiddish is a dying language — but one thing it’s still unequivocally good for is comedy.

Lately, no one has proven that better than Jamie Elman and Eli Batalian, otherwise known as the creators of the hit web series “YidlLife Crisis.”


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