A funny and sympathetic film about teenage rebellion during the 1968 upheavals in Poland, “Marcowe Migdaly (March Caresses),” directed by Radoslaw Piwowarski, explores one generation’s reaction to political turmoil. Following Israel’s Six Day War, Polish reactionaries force a prominent Jewish family to emigrate, resulting in a haunting farewell from Polish friends.
Join us for a post-screening discussion with Magda Teter, The Shvidler Chair in Judaic Studies at Fordham University.
This event is free on March 25 at 1pm. Secure your seats in advance.
Co-sponsored by Jewish Studies at Fordham University