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The 24th Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival - David
Daud (Muatasem Mishal), a whip-smart Muslim boy, steps into the Jewish world one day in Brooklyn when an attempt to retrieve his family Koran leads him into a yeshiva. Interestingly, he is mistaken for a religious Jew in this poignant, award-winning drama about identity, friendship, family, community and Muslim/Jewish relations. Starring Iranian-American comedian Maz Jobrani as Daud’s strict father.
Special Family Program Recommended for ages 9 and over.
|Where||Coolidge Corner Theatre 290 Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02446|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||2:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Price||$12 general admission, $11 Coolidge Corner, Museum of Fine Arts, WGBH and Boston Jewish Film Festival members, seniors and students.|
More About Coolidge Corner Theatre
For more than seven decades, the Coolidge Corner Theatre has been an iconic location for enjoying independent, foreign and even mainstream films. With two screens dedicated to local and independent work not typically available in movie theaters, patrons can rely on Coolidge to give them a unique film viewing experience. Tickets can only be bought at the box office or through the website.
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