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March 26, 2004 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-26

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2003 • 40 min. • English • Color • USA

The third of these three remarkable films is simul-
taneously funny, warm and heartbreakingly
sad. Impossible? Take a look.

Co-Sponsored by Jewish Hospice & Chaplaincy
Network/Ira Kaufman Chapel and Barbara Ann
Karmanos Cancer Institute

Filmmaker David Zeiger is invited to the lunch
table to experience the banter of "the funny old
guys," Jewish television veterans and pals for
decades who, after shaping popular culture for
years, gather weekly to swap stories of life, loss
and love. As we meet these remarkable men,
reality intervenes and we find out just how much
caring matters. This is a warm, tender funny film
about a subject that we avoid at every chance.

Special guest, director/producer

o paltie David Zeiger. A brief discussion with

UNITED ARTISTS

Mr. Zeiger, Rabbi Bunny Freedman
and a representative of the Barbara
Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute fol-
lows the film.

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2003 • 50 min. • English • Color/BW • USA

3 p.m.

Co-Sponsored by Cathy & James Deutchman. In
Ann Arbor by Judy & Paul Freedman

This amazing, compellingly told story is one you
will not want to miss. A special director's selec-
tion award film.

Combining biographical portrait with social and
political history, this one-of-a-kind film illuminates
the strength and power of one extraordinary
woman to transform the world. In it filmmaker
Suzanne Wasserman tells the almost unknown
story of Janet Rosenberg Jagan, President of
Guyana in South America. President Jagan, the
first American-born, Jewish woman and Wayne
State graduate to lead a nation, is considered
the mother of Guyana. Share her life and see her
adopted homeland and interweaving family
threads. An incredible story!

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