Sunshine, the Movie #general


Steve Axelrath <saxelrat@...>
 

If it's allowed in this forum, I'd like to urge all those interested
in the lives of their Jewish ancestors in Europe (amid the turmoils of
modern European history) to see the film Sunshine. My wife and I just
returned >from seeing it. The film brings to life 5 (I think)
generations of Jewish life in Hungary. It's probably playing at your
local art cinema. I, of course, have no commercial connection with the
film. I wish I could spend hours talking with the people who produced
it, though.
Ellen and I will be thinking of this film years >from now. If you
resonate to the lives of your ancestors, do see it.

Steve Axelrath
Littleton, Colorado


Paul Silverstone
 

I second this suggestion. Saw the film on Saturday and it is very
absorbing. Although long, it does not drag. There are many very
illuminating moments in this saga which lasts through the 20th century.
Paul Silvestone

Steve Axelrath wrote:

If it's allowed in this forum, I'd like to urge all those interested
in the lives of their Jewish ancestors in Europe (amid the turmoils of
modern European history) to see the film Sunshine. My wife and I just
returned >from seeing it. The film brings to life 5 (I think)
generations of Jewish life in Hungary. It's probably playing at your
local art cinema. I, of course, have no commercial connection with the
film. I wish I could spend hours talking with the people who produced
it, though.
Ellen and I will be thinking of this film years >from now. If you
resonate to the lives of your ancestors, do see it.