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NJJFF presents A Starry Sky Above the Roman Ghetto - Shared screen with speaker view
Gina Goldman
29:13
For Domenico-Is this your first role as a Jewish Character?
Jeanne Samet
29:26
How did you get actors which such physical resemblance? Sarah as a child looked so much like the grandmother and the young nun so resembled the elderly nun?
Gina Goldman
34:05
To Domenico-Was it a challenge to play a Jewish role? Did you do independent study into culture or history of the holocaust?
Susan Galatz
37:06
is Domenico wearing a red Kabbalah bracelet?
Gina Goldman
44:57
Do you know if intermarriage or interfaith friendships like the ones depicted in the movie are popular in Italy?
Sara Ann Sanders
45:37
Was the Baby basket in the convent the real hiding place. We’re babies dropped off into these baskets
Susan Kogan
54:55
If you haven’t already discussed would you please discuss the overall Jewish situation in Rome in the 40’s. Did the pope do anything
Lynn Jacobs
56:07
Was the view of the Vatican through the window the real view at the convent or a picture?
Susan Kogan
56:21
What is the overall Jewish situation TODAY. In Rome and Italy
Laura Crystal
01:00:35
The general question of cultural and religious identity became prominent at the end of he film. Was there much discussion of that in the development of the script?
Harriet Sepinwall
01:02:15
Thank you!!
Susan Kogan
01:02:49
Wonderful movie
Gina Goldman
01:02:52
AMAZING!!!!