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NJJFF presents A Call to Spy - Shared screen with speaker view
Gina Goldman
43:36
Please put all questions in the chat.
neimah tractenberg
44:46
how closely did the film track the real story?
Susan Kogan
46:17
about how many women were spies in this program
Sally Malanga
46:52
How much of the theme of the movie is about using instincts to function and survive?
Lisa Reznik
49:37
Do you know what the sources are for the script, and how long Sarah Megan Thomas spent working on it?
Susan Kogan
49:47
can you discuss how strong was anti-semitism in England during WW II as the denial of a promotion was indicated
annette littman
52:44
When we think of female spies we think Meta Hara. Interestingly thee is no love interest in this movie. How did the writer get away with that.
Ruth Ross
53:04
Was the actor who played Virginia really an amputee or was that disability conveyed via cinematic techniques?
Dolores Berkowsky
55:09
How many Brits were -- or are -- aware that Churchill's mother was Jewish?
Claire Nierenberg
55:11
We had difficulty understanding some of the dialogue especially when the characters spoke quickly, and we were disappointed that there was not an option for closed captioning.
Charles Rettig
55:25
i didn’t watch the movie yet but will tonight. are there any specific hidden types of storylines i should look for?
Micki Leader
56:24
where did the women spies come from- what countries and how many were there
Sara-Ann Sanders
56:34
was the support crew in the film female? did the actors notice any difference that it was a female
Ruth Ross
57:52
I loved the fact that the script wasn't "adorned" with a love story. It was gripping without the distraction.
Lynn and Lowell Jacobs
58:26
Was the character of the double-agent priest based on an actual person?
Ruth Ross
59:10
For those who haven't yet seen the film, stick around at the end. You will find out what happened to the real characters.
Jeanne Samet
01:00:11
We thought the movie was excellent. it also spoke a lot about disability and courage.
Ruth Ross
01:00:47
The disability angle is especially appropriate on this weekend celebrating Jewish disabilities.
Fredric Bennett
01:03:31
how many female "spies" were in the program?
Edna Alberts
01:04:44
Could you please remind us about the role that Christopher played on the movie.
Harriet Sepinwall
01:04:46
How was the 123 minute length determined? Was it initially longer? Did you consider editing it to be shorter?
Steve Moehlman
01:05:27
What was the medicine for that Virginia took in the film
Harriet Klein
01:05:52
Given her background and credentials, and all that she did, it is hard to imagine that Virginia Hall was disqualified from diplomatic service just because of her disability. is there any other reason we know of?
Ruth Ross
01:09:32
was Sam uncomfortable as a Jew playing an anti-Semite?
Jeanne Samet
01:10:27
Was Father Alesch originally a priest in Lyon or brought in during the war?
Barbara Drench
01:15:19
what is the next project for each of our guests?
Steve Moehlman
01:19:20
Thank you for directing and acting in this movie. It was excellent and we appreciate learning the stories.
Jeanne Samet
01:19:29
How do people outside of this group, get to see this movie?
Sarah Diamond (NJJFF Festival Director)
01:19:59
Thank you all for coming. We hope to see you soon. jccmetrowest.org/njjff
Rebecca A. Gold
01:20:29
Thanks all!