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Quite some time ago, I attended an evening of Rosenblatt's films. Mainly, or so I thought, to see the award-winning Human Remains. But the film I found myself awake all night thinking about was King of the Jews.
The film forces us to look in the eyes of our own religious intolerance, whether Jew or Gentile. I almost thing the film may be more poignant for Christians than for Jews, as the knowledge that the film is coming from "the other side" makes it even more personally challenging.
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