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10/30/2016 The Last Laugh Northeast $10 - $19

What's funny about the Holocaust? Join Mel Brooks, Sarah Silverman, Etgar Keret, Shalom Auslander and many other comedians and writers, as they share their thoughts on whether humour can be used when discussing the Holocaust. This entertaining and emotional documentary examines clips ranging from The Producers and Curb Your Enthusiasm, to rare footage of cabarets that took place inside the concentration camps themselves. While offering fresh insights, “The Last Laugh dispels the notion that there is nothing new to say on the subject [of the Holocaust …” (Richard Tank, Executive Director at the Simon Wiesenthal Center)
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