This weekend we’ll have the second installment of the Clergy’s Favorite Films series — in which three fabulous (and very different) films will be presented at CBI, with bagels and lox, and with some contextualizing remarks / conversation about how these films connect with Jewish ideas and themes.
This week’s movie will be an amazing Israeli film called Walk on Water, presented by Cantor Bob Scherr. Here’s how imdb describes it: Following the suicide of his wife, an Israeli intelligence agent is assigned to befriend the grandchildren of a Nazi war criminal.
Here’s the movie trailer from when it came out in 2004:
(If you can’t see the embedded trailer, you can go directly to it at YouTube.)
Along with brunch, Cantor Bob will offer a short introduction to the film and some thoughts about why he chose it.
Please join us for something a little different: a fun, relaxing and informative morning. Plus bagels and lox….what could be better?!
This is the final installment in this film series. All films will be screened on a large projector screen in the CBI classroom. Join us!