In-person Film Screening: Wednesday, Nov. 3 · 7:30 p.m.
Virtual Film Screening: Friday, Nov. 5 – Sunday, Nov. 7
The discovery of a puzzling photograph sparks Sophia to probe the history of Rome’s Jewish ghetto and the fate of a little girl, in this Italian drama interlacing past and present. As details emerge—the child’s name, separation from her parents during a Gestapo raid, and rescue—Sofia, along with her Christian and new Jewish friends, commit to honoring the girl’s memory, but first they must overcome objections of concerned parents. Based on a true story, this talented ensemble injects youthful energy into this inspiring interfaith tale about the importance of memory, coexistence and reconciling generational frictions.
Directed by Giulio Base
Drama, 1hr 40min
English & Italian with English subtitles
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Q&A with AJC expert speakers on Sunday, Nov. 7 at 11 a.m. Details to follow.
(Upon ticket purchase, a Zoom link will be emailed to you.)
Film Ticket: Member $10 / Community $15
Ticket price is per person. Ticket is good for either an in-person screening OR a virtual screening.
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