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From writer-director Jonathan Jakubowicz comes a powerful new film RESISTANCE. A true story of heroism in which a group of Girls and Boy Scouts created a network that ended up saving the lives of thousands of orphans whose parents had been killed by the Nazis in the Second World War. At the center of the movie we find an aspiring Jewish actor whose desperate need to help the children lead him into the world of pantomime, and who will later and, thanks to this experience, become the legendary French mime Marcel Marceau. Starring Jesse Eisenberg and Ed Harris.
“Resistance is a film about heroes who in the face of the worst imaginable horror, decided to risk it all to save lives.” Jonathan Jakubowicz
Tickets for “Resistance” are $10 for Film Society members, and $15 for non-members when purchased in advance. Tickets are $20 at the door. All tickets are subject to a $1 ticketing fee. No refunds or credits.
Tickets can be ordered by phone at 516-829-2570 or online by clicking HERE.
Director | Jonathan Jakubowicz
Running Time | 120 minutes
Production Country | France, USA, Germany, UK
Release Year | 2020
Language | English