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Their Eyes Were Dry Event

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Program
Release Date:May 9, 2011
Running time:105 minutes
Cast:Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi, Hazzan Jacob Mendelson, Hazzan David Propis, Hazzan Nathan Lam, Hazzan Faith Steinsnyder
Distributor:NCM/Fathom

Description: NCM Fathom and The Movie Machine present an Evening of Reflection and Song featuring the debut of the documentary "Their Eyes Were Dry," directed by Brandon Assanti, which tells the story of the 1974 terrorist attack in Ma'alot, Israel where children were taken hostage by three Palestinian terrorists. This moving documentary will touch viewers of all cultures and generations. This special one night event also features compelling and moving musical performances by the all star Cantor Assembly originally featured in the 2010 NCM Fathom Event 100 Voices: A Journey Home.

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