Monday, January 24, 2011

Generation Gap

Chicago's Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon has put out an interesting new short entitled "Generation Gap", a film about the impact of the Holocaust on three generations of his family. It was blogged by Jewschool and I'm reblogging it from there. I haven't watched it yet but Eliyahu is someone who asks tough, thought-provoking questions and offers sincere, genuine answers. Sometimes his questions and opinions bring us into uncomfortable territory, but I think it's imperative for any thinking individual to consider those questions.


Anonymous said...

This film is amazing.

Anonymous said...

The soul-searching by all three participants in the film is powerful.