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The Village East Cinema is one of New York City’s oldest landmarks in Yiddish Theatre and Vaudeville, so it’s only fitting that we open O JERUSALEM, an ode to friendship and peace between a Jew and an Arab in the tumultuous creation of the State of Israel in 1948. The film stars the great broadway and New York City legend Tovah Feldshuh as Golda Meir alongside JJ Feild and Said Taghmaoui, and follows two men as they strive to overcome their racial and political differences and remain loyal, loving friends.

ojerusalem.jpg 

 The Village East Cinema is one of New York City’s oldest landmarks in Yiddish Theatre and Vaudeville, so it’s only fitting that we open O JERUSALEM, an ode to friendship and peace between a Jew and an Arab in the tumultuous creation of the State of Israel in 1948.  The film stars the great broadway and New York City legend Tovah Feldshuh as Golda Meir alongside JJ Feild and Said Taghmaoui, and follows two men as they strive to overcome their racial and political differences and remain loyal, loving friends.

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