Tuesday, April 3, 7 pm, at Muhlenberg College, 2400 W. Chew St., Allentown; Moyer Hall, Miller Forum
1945 Running time: 91 minutes
Co-sponsored by the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding (IJCU) and the Holocaust Resource Center of JFLV
In August of 1945, two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village once inhabited by Jews. As locals are preparing for a wedding, everything begins to change. Hungarian/Russian with English subtitles
Introductory remarks by Muhlenberg history professor Thomas Cragin, who teaches a course on WWII in film; Panel discussion following the presentation with Professor Cragin and IJCU Director Peter Pettit.
Price: $10 / $7 JCC/IJCU members; College students: free