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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-04-19

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Paper Dolls: By day they are sensi-
tive caregivers of the Israeli elderly and
infirm. By night, the "Paper Dolls" are
transsexual Filipinos who work as female
impersonators.
Commerce Twp.: Monday, May 7, at 8

P.m.
Ann Arbor: Tuesday, May 8, at 5 p.m.
Windsor. Thursday, May 10, at 2 p.m.

Today You Are A Fountain Pen: A

classic story of cross-generational affec-
tion that tells of one boy's unforgettable
bar mitzvah.
Commerce Twp. (preceding The Eighth
Day): Tuesday, May 8, at 2 p.m.

The Eighth Day: Circumcision is a

commandment from the Torah, but one
that some Jewish parents find distinctly
troubling. How do they reconcile (or not?)
their commitment to Judaism with their
desire not to have their sons circum-
cised?
Commerce Twp.: (following Today You
Are a Fountain Pen): Tuesday, May 8, at
2 p.m.

Sister Rose's Passion: Born in 1920,

Sister Rose Thering spent more than 50
years challenging authority, particularly
institutionalized anti-Semitism in the
Catholic Church. Drawing on scripture
and deeply held beliefs, Sister Rose spoke
out for tolerance and understanding,
including a challenge to filmmaker Mel
Gibson.
Commerce Twp. (preceding Queen of the
Mountain): Tuesday, May 8, at 5 p.m.
Ann Arbor (preceding Queen of
Mountain): Thursday, May 10, at 2 p.m.

Queen of the Mountain: Theresa Goell
started her career as an archaeologist
with four strikes against her: she was a
woman, divorced, Jewish (most of her
colleagues were Muslim) and hearing
impaired. But she abandoned her com-
fortable lifestyle in 1933 to pursue her
pioneering passion at Nemrud Dah, a
mysterious mountaintop in southwestern
Turkey.
Commerce Twp. (following Sister Rose's
Passion): Tuesday, May 8, at 5 p.m.
Ann Arbor (following Sister Rose's
Passion): Thursday, May 10, at 2 p.m.

The Hungarian Servant: Major

Dailermann is a death-camp commandant
married to the vain Franziska. The two
hire a servant, Miklow, who helps them
take a new look at the contemporary art
the Nazis have deemed worthless. Soon,
Franziska is completely absorbed by the
paintings, and she and her husband look
for new ways to bring art to their lives,
including asking a Jewish prisoner to
paint Franziska's portrait.
Commerce Twp.: Wednesday, May 9, at
2 p.m.

Janem, Janem: Eldi is 40 years old

and in the middle of a midlife crisis. So
he decides to enter an unknown world
in the middle of Tel Aviv: a place where
Turks, Czechs and Romanians, Israel's
foreign laborers, are jammed together in
a shabby hostel. Soon, he learns to see
Israel from completely different eyes.
Commerce 71vp.: Wednesday, May 9, at
5 p.m.

Roots: A group of American and
Canadian Jews decides to make a pil-
grimage to an ancestral Russian town. A
friendly man named Edik offers to help
find the relatives they've never met. Just
one problem. Edik is a hustler. Since he
can't locate the real family members, he
decides to hire everyone in town to pose
as distant aunts, uncles and cousins.
Birmingham: Wednesday, May 2, at 8 p.m.
Commerce Twp.: Wednesday, May 9, at
8 p.m.

Tel Aviv: How does misunderstanding

start, and how does it grow? A short film
that takes a different look at the prob-
lems between Israelis and Arabs.
Commerce Twp. (preceding Encounter
Point): Thursday, May 10, at 2 p.m.

Encounter Point: Come meet some
of the most unexpected members of a
grassroots peace movement in the Middle
East: an Israeli settler, a Palestinian
fighter, a bereaved Israeli mother and a
wounded Palestinian former prisoner.
Commerce Twp. (following Tel Aviv):
Thursday, May 10, at 2 p.m.

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Au Revoir les Enfants: In 1940s

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France, Julien Quentin is an awkward boy
sent by his mother to a provincial Catholic
boarding school. There, he meets a boy
named Jean Bonnet. Julien is initially
envious, then seeks a friendship with
Jean. They sneak into the music room
to play piano and secretly read Arabian
Nights. But when Jean tells Julien his
secret, it will change their lives forever.
Windsor: Tuesday, May 8, at 5 p.m.
Commerce Twp.: Thursday, May 10, at 8

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The Rape of Europa: This documentary

tells the story of the theft, destruction
and miraculous survival of Europe's art
treasures during the Third Reich. It inter-
weaves the history of Nazi art looting
with the stories of contemporary restitu-
tion cases. Further, it tells of the heroic
efforts of the U.S. Monuments Men, sent
to Europe to safeguard and return dis-
placed art at the end of the war.
Flint: Monday, May 7, at 5 p.m.
Ann Arbon Wednesday, May 9, at 5 p.m.
Commerce Twp.: Thursday, May 10, at 5

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