In this award-winning emotional Israeli family dramedy, mechanic Reuven reluctantly takes in his exuberant adult special-needs son, Gadi, after his ex-wife’s untimely death. As Gadi becomes accustomed to life with Reuven, his world turns upside down from his newfound obligations of supervisor and caregiver. Yet, something has awoken in Reuven since Gadi came back into his life. In discovering that he enjoys both the responsibility and affection afforded by parenthood, Reuven vows to make up for his past failings before it is too late.
For the past nine years, since a doctor diagnosed her with ALS, Jenni Berebitsky has lived a remarkable life; completing a triathlon with help from her friends, being featured in numerous Indy Star stories, and celebrating a milestone 40th birthday that her doctors never predicted she would reach. She’s written a book about her life and is the subject of this film.
Thursday, May 16th at 8:15 PM
Chewdaism: A taste of Jewish Montreal
Sponsored by Merrill Lynch-Kahn Associates
Recommended for all Audiences
The film follows two Montrealer's through an entire day’s worth of eating in and around the city as they discover their own personal heritage within the story of Jewish Montreal. They tell the story of their 100-year-old community, with various guests along the way sharing tales and meals.
There will be time between the feature films to enjoy dinner with your fellow film patrons. In addition to bringing your own meal
Legends will be set up in the upper lobby of the DeBartolo until the start of the 5:30 PM feature film. You may place an order with their staff for non-kosher food and your order will be waiting for you in the lobby at the film's conclusion. Legends will only accept cash paymentfor these meals. You can preview their menu, by clickinghere.