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August 10, 2006 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-08-10

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North on Woodward,
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time to work on fiction pieces, looked
for Jewish places to highlight in her
book and points out that the Bonstelle
Theatre was built as a synagogue.
(Famed Detroit architect Albert Kahn
designed the building on Woodward at
Eliot for Temple Beth El in the early part
of the 20th century.)
Luckerman also credits Keri Guten
Cohen, story development editor at the
Jewish News, for assistance with the
"Anthony and I worked on this book
from last September to February:'
Luckerman says. "We had a grant-from
the Federal Highway Administration to
help fund it." L

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Sharon Luckerman signs cop-
ies of her book 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Aug.10, at the Walter
P. Chrysler Museum, One
Chrysler Dr., in Auburn Hills.
(800) 456-1924. She'll sign
copies 7 p.m. Friday, Aug.11, at
Borders, 34300 Woodward, in
Birmingham. (248) 203-0005.
For information on this year's
Woodward Dream Cruise, which
runs along Woodward Avenue
from Ferndale to Pontiac 9 a.m.-
9 p.m. Saturday, Aug.19, go to
www.woodwarddreamcruise.com .


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avoids a settler's tirade by staring at
the ground. She rebukes him angrily:
"You don't deserve to look a Jewish
woman in the eye."
It's equally uncomfortable watching
a boy call a soldier a Nazi for following
orders without question.
The absurdity — and offensiveness
— of that slur is confirmed by a shot
of two female policemen crying on
each other's shoulders after uprooting
Jewish families.,
•At the same time, 5 Days conveys
the settlers' disappointment, outrage
and feeling of betrayal. Their religious
pain at having to cede part of what
they consider Eretz Yisroel to Arabs
is palpable. But since the evacuation is
also a media event, some of the behav-
ior is inevitably for the benefit of the
As the youthful Shamir demon-

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strated with his remarkable debut,
Checkpoint, he is a master at gaining
access. His charm, combined with the
new generation of small, unobtrusive
video cameras, encourages his sub-
jects to retain a degree of naturalism.
Depending where you stand on
disengagement, you'll find Maj. Gen.
Harel's execution of his mission reas-
suring or heartbreaking. But there
will be little disagreement among
those concerned about Americans'
perception of Israel at this precari-
ous moment: As the face of the Israeli
army, the humane, reasonable yet res-
olute general is more than one could
ask for.

5 Days makes its U.S. television
premiere 9 p.m. Monday, Aug.
14, on the Sundance Channel.

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August 10 • 2006


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