Sisterhood Sunday Afternoon Movies

“Yoo-Hoo Mrs. Goldberg”

Sunday, Nov 6th 2:00 p.m

Join us for snacks/dessert and beverages, followed by the film at 2:45 pm, which lasts 90 minutes.

“A humorous documentary (2009) that explores the cultural significance of a creative, energetic Jewish woman, Gertrude Berg, and how her vision and drive broke cultural boundaries in the 1930s and beyond.  She was the creator, principal writer, and star of The Goldbergs, a popular radio show for 17 years, which became television’s very first character-driven domestic sitcom in 1949. Berg received the first Best Actress Emmy in history, and paved the way for women in the entertainment industry.”     English language.

“Bonjour Monsieur Schlomi”

Sunday, Jan. 15, 1:00 p.m

Join us for pizza and beverages, followed by the film at 1:45 p.m., which lasts 94 minutes.  Hebrew with English subtitles.

“Schlomi, a 16-year old boy, lives with his restless mother, his soldier brother and their ill grandfather. Although not doing well in school, Shlomi is a gifted cook and takes care of most household chores. One day, the school’s principal finds out Shlomi is actually a genius and tries to get him into a more suitable curriculum. However, Schlomi is more interested in taking care of his family and his new love interest, the beautiful girl next door.”  Hebrew with English subtitles.

Sponsored by  Sisterhood     $5.00 donation for snacks/pizza.

About Gabriele Lange

Multi Media Consultant in SF Bay Area WebDesign at City College 2008-2011 Professional Photographer since 1998 Lived in Berlin, Germany between 1987-1994
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1 Response to Sisterhood Sunday Afternoon Movies

  1. Sharon says:

    As a child of the late 50s, I had never heard of Mrs. Goldberg or seen the show. The movie was fascinating.

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