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EVERYTIME WE SAY GOODBYE
Center for Jewish History
10011, NY
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EVERYTIME WE SAY GOODBYE
26 FEBRUARY 2020

1:00PM

EVERYTIME WE SAY GOODBYE

Directed by Moshé Mizrahi
USA, 1986, 98 min
Narrative Feature
English and Ladino, with English subtitles

Synopsis:
An American flyer, Tom Hanks, who joined the Royal Air Force, is recovering from a leg injury in Jerusalem. He meets a quiet Jewish girl whose close-knit family originally came from Spain. The two are attracted to each other but she is convinced their diverse backgrounds mean it could never work: not only is he a gentile, his father is a Protestant minister. So, though they keep running into each other in the small community, they find themselves just as frequently parting again. With young lovers of very different religious and cultural backgrounds, the film is an account of a forbidden love, and the sacrifices that are made in the face of prejudice. Directed by famed Sephardi filmmaker Moshé Mizrahi, EVERYTIME WE SAY GOODBYE has the special distinction of being one of the only major motion pictures to be partly in the Ladino language.

Director bio:
Moshé Mizrahi (1931  2018) was an Israeli Sephardi film director. He was born in Egypt, immigrated to pre-state Israel in 1946, and studied filmmaking in France in 1950. He directed the Oscar-winning 1977 film MADAME ROSA starring Simone Signoret. This film, about a former prostitute in Paris who survived Auschwitz, won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film on behalf of France. He directed 14 films in both Israel and France. Three of his films were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, I LOVE YOU ROSA, THE HOUSE ON CHELOUCHE STREET, and MADAME ROSA.

Location

Center for Jewish History (View)
15 West 16th Street
10011, NY 10011
United States

Categories

Film > Festivals

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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