Stacey Palevsky (J Weekly Via JTA)
By Stacey Palevsky (J Weekly Via JTA)
At Festival, Rachel Corrie Film Is a Lightning Rod
After weeks of community discord, the controversial “Rachel” documentary screened to an audience often inhospitable to divergent viewpoints. “What happened to two Jews, three opinions?” asked Laynie Tzena, standing in the Castro Theater after Saturday’s screening at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. “What happened to respect for dissent?” Despite festival director Peter Stein’s plea…
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