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Next Year in Jerusalem

Next Year in Jerusalem ★★ 1998

Charlie is openly gay—but what he's hiding is his Orthodox Jewish background. Pressured by his mother, Charlie shows up at the family Passover seder, where he meets Manny. Devout Manny is supposed to marry the Rabbi's daughter, only he's got a secret too. The duo soon begin a relationship they keep from their families but it becomes clear that Charlie and Manny need to be honest about who they truly are. 103m/C VHS . Peter J. Byrnes, Reed McGowan, Georgina Spelvin, Louis Edmonds; D: David Nahmod; W: David Nahmod; C: Kelvin Walker; M: Richard Barone.

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