2017 Cinematic Series

We are pleased to present our 2017 Cinematic Series


Our winter favorite, the Cinema Series,  is back for 2017 on Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. hosted by North Fork Reform Synagogue in the social room at Cutchogue Presbyterian Church on Rt. 25. Handicap accessible. Light refreshmentsserved. Everyone most welcome. Enjoy meeting other film fans and discussing the presentations. Suggested donation: $5 per person.  

Sponsored by the North Fork Reform Synagogue. Reach the Committee by calling 631 722-5712. Other information www.northforkreformsynagogue.org 

 January 28th Dough

(A 2015 release staring Jonathan Price, Pauline Price and Jerome Holder. Running time 94 minutes)

An unlikely friendship forms between a baker and his young apprentice when the apprentice accidentally drops his stash into the mixing dough. Dough is a warmhearted tale about overcoming prejudice and finding redemption in unexpected places.

February 25th Walk on Water  ( 2005 release, running time 103 minutes)

This enthralling award-winning film by internationally-acclaimed director Eytan Fox explores the motives, strengths, and, ultimately, the humanity of an Israeli assassin sent to rectify a wrong committed five decades earlier. Eyal is a top assassin in the Israeli secret service. He has killed terrorists before, but this time he is sent to eliminate an aging former Nazi war criminal. During his mission, Eyal meets his target’s granddaughter and grandson, who inadvertently help him uncover his own troubled history and face his demons, while they discover the ugly truth their family has hidden from them for decades. What began as a straightforward mission, has suddenly escalated in intensity and complexity thrusting three very different people into a thrilling triangle of murder, friendship and fate.

March 25th The Assistant  (1997 release, running time 116 minutes)

Based on the book by Bernard Malamud.  Set in a working-class neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, it explores the situation of first- and second-generation Americans in the early 1950s as experienced by three main characters and the relationships between them: an aging Jewish refugee from Tsarist Russia who owns and operates a failing small grocery store, a young Italian American drifter trying to overcome a bad start in life by becoming the grocer’s assistant and the grocer’s daughter, who becomes romantically involved with her father’s assistant despite parental objections and misgivings of her own.