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April 04, 1986 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-04

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gram. Both movies have English,
sub-titles. Mrs. Friedman said
the films were obtained from the
National Center for Jewish
Film.
The Last Metro will be fea-
tured April 27. Writer-director
Francois Truffaut presents a
story of adventure and love in-
tertwined with the struggle to
survive in Nazi-occupied France
during World War II. This low-
keyed drama is about non-
heroes who wanted to keep their
jobs and to stay out of trouble.
Friedman said the filmmaker
makes a significant contribution
to society by expressing his av-
ersion to all forms of racism and
intolerance.
The Last Metro was nomi-
nated for an Academy Award in
1980. French film star
Catherine Deneuve plays the
leading role. The picture is in
French with English sub-titles.
Sponsors for the Shaarey
Zedek Film Festival are the
Hermelin and Weinberg
families: Planning committee
members are Richard Cavaler,
Lillian Chinitz and Esther
Greenhouse.

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Sister Carol Rittner, the
former Mercy College teacher
who was one of this year's
Academy Award nominees, will
speak and show ,her nominated
film, The Courage to Care, at
Shabbat services April 11 at
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Spring Concert
At Local Temple

The Birmingham Temple
choir will present its second an-
nual spring concert at 8:30 p.m.
today in the temple.
Theme of the concert is "Ger-
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Roger Jamison is the director.
Roger Greeley Is the narrator.
Bernie Katz is the'guest pianist.'

Singers are tlaria Cimarelli,
Charles Raimesc: 'Barbara Win
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