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May 08, 1987 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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view with film critic Gene
Siskel, Matlin affirmed that,
saying, "Yes, I believe in a
greater being and a god that
answers prayers. Because if I
hadn't lost my hearing, I
wouldn't be going to the
Academy Awards and I
wouldn't have met my best
friend, Liz Tannenbaum, at
school. And I wouldn't have
met Bill."
Bill, of course, is William
Hurt, Matlin's co-star in the
movie and her live-in
boyfriend. Hurt is also the
main topic Goldhammer in-
tends to discuss with Matlin
at their upcoming lunch. "I
want to know what's really
happening with her and Hurt.
What's going to be. I also
want to know if she's been
telling people about the tem-
ple."
The temple Marlee Matlin
and her movie have made
famous. "We are now the lit-
tle congregation where
Marlee Matlin studied
Hebrew, where Marlee Matlin
learned Ibrah, where Marlee
Matlin learned about
Judaism. It's fantastic, ab-
solutely wonderful:'
In fact, said Goldhammer,
everything about all this is
wonderful. Except one thing.
The name of the movie that
made it all possible. Consider-
ing the Oscar and considering
how far Matlin has come,
Goldhammer said, perhaps a
different title is in order.
"It is clear that God has in-
volved himself greatly here.
He looked down and allowed
a deaf Jewish woman to
achieve the great heights she
deserved. It's clear we're real-
ly talking about 'Children of
a Greater God: "0

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Children's Dance
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"Dance Goes To Broad-
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directed by Harriet Berg, will
be held 6 p.m. May 21 at the
Jewish Community Center's
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Admission is free.
Children participating in-
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