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March 26, 2004 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-26

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Denma rk

2003 58 min.. English & Danish with English subtitles • Color • USA/Denmark

A special director's selection award film.

Karen Cantor's amazing documentary, narrated
by Garrison Keillor, tells the true story of how the
citizens of Denmark secured the safety of 95% of
their Jewish population during Nazi occupation.:
What happened is widely known but little under-
stood in its details. This film provides a historically
accurate account, separating fact from myth,
including the off-repeated account of
Denmarks's king wearing a yellow star, Told
mainly by those who participated in the clan.:
destine evacuation, this is an important new film
on the topics of rescue, risk and courage.

Special guest Producer/Director Karen Cantor
joins us for discussion after the film.

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2000 102 min. • English with subtitles as necessary
Color • Switzerland/Germany

8 p.m.

Tucholsky once wrote: "You often think that love is
stronger than time, but time is always stronger than
love." Watch this fantastic film and you'll know
what he meant.

Co-Sponsored by Sandra & Dr. Steve Wittenberg

Kurt is a publisher, ironic columnist and a celei
brated revue star. This summer of '32 he travels
to the castle Gripsholm in Sweden with girlfriend
Lydia, seductive singer Billie and flyboy Karlchen,
where they are together for their vacations. But
having written at one point, "all soldiers are mur-ii
derers," even there Kurt is pursued by the army of
the Reich. He sees the future and decides not to
return to Germany. Towards the end of their sen-1 1 ,
sual, boisterous, and bitter journey to the North,
the four summer guests finally admit to them-
selves that after 1932, nothing can ever be th
same again.

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NOTE: Only showing in Birmingham;

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