Wednesday, May 11 – 7pm
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Three men roam the world conflicted with their heritage, leaving behind a trail of hurt and anguish.
Dr. Hagai Dagan was born in a Kibbutz; a secular, atheist, Judaism scholar, he continues to conduct a complicated yet humorous conversation with G-d. Yehiam and Eran are two young men from religious homes, who turned their back on religion and are about to begin their military service. A Charismatic teacher named Dudu Palma teaches them that ideas can indeed change your life. Jews Now draws a broad Israel mosaic from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, from the Kdumim Settlement to the Kibbutzim in the North, but the heart of the film is the home – the relations between fathers and sons. For better or worse, Judaism is a family affair, a story of tradition and rebellion, a fight for your place in the world.
Directed by Galia Oz (Israel)
60 min., Hebrew, English Subtitles
Come early and visit the Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibition About the Right of Being Different: The Art of Diversity and Inclusion at Progressive. Museum admission applies.
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