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Crossing Delancey: Christmas Day Movie Screening

Hosted By: The Museum of Jewish Heritage

Join us for the timeless Jewish tradition of going to the movies on Christmas Day. This year, we’ll screen Crossing Delancey, the iconic 1988 comedy about thirty-something Izzy Grossman, her grandmother on New York’s Lower East Side, and the pickle vendor who competes for her romantic attention.

The screening will be accompanied by a discussion with the star of the film, actor Peter Riegert, and a pickle-making demonstration with Museum Chef David Teyf.

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