American Jews' Relationship With Israel Discussed
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Run, Boy, Run is a tale of courage and compassion in the face of a nightmare. Set in Nazi Germany, it's the true story of a nine-year-old Polish boy trying to survive the Nazi occupation at keep his Jewish faith alive. At his father's urging, he escapes from the Warsaw ghetto and hides out in the woods. But soon loneliness and the harsh winter drive him to seek shelter and companionship. Given a new identity as a Christian war orphan by a farmer's wife, he travels the countryside working as a farmhand, constantly under threat of persecution. Some people will help him survive, but others will betray him. Run, Boy, Run is an arresting story of kindness and evil. It was directed by Oscar-winner Pepe Danquart and based on the bestselling Holocaust novel by Israeli author Uri Orlev. Learn More
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