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In advance of the world premiere of Punk Jews, a film I have been producing for the last several years, I wrote a piece for The Huffington Post detailing why I have been so passionate to make this film, and how I see it being a meaningful expression of authentic Judaism.
“A common question from everyone I talk to these days is, “Who are Punk Jews, exactly?” The tone of the question varies from skepticism to intense interest. “When I was a kid, you didn’t want to be called a punk; punks were up to no good,” one person in their 70s told me. But to younger generations, the title seems to strike an intensely positive chord…”
Please take a look at rest of the article, linked here.