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Final Forum Film 'Go for Zucker' Shows Wednesday

May 22, 2006 – The final film of this year's Forum Film Festival "Go for Zucker," will be shown Wednesday.
A comedic German box office smash hit about a dysfunctional Jewish family, the movie stars Henry Hubchen and Udo Samuel as estranged brothers brought together by their mothers death and a requirement that they reconcile before receiving their inheritance. The producers of "Run Lola Run" and "Goodbye Lenin!" worked on this film.
Variety Magazine called it "politically incorrect but good-natured entertainment."
The film starts at 7 p.m. at Market Square East.
Forum Film Festival tickets are $15 and are available at the following locations: Reichhold Center for the Performing Arts (call 693-1559), Modern Music in Nisky Center, Parrot Fish Records and Dockside Books at Havensight Mall, Interiors by MSI at Fort Mylner and Home Again in Red Hook.

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May 22, 2006 - The final film of this year's Forum Film Festival "Go for Zucker," will be shown Wednesday.
A comedic German box office smash hit about a dysfunctional Jewish family, the movie stars Henry Hubchen and Udo Samuel as estranged brothers brought together by their mothers death and a requirement that they reconcile before receiving their inheritance. The producers of "Run Lola Run" and "Goodbye Lenin!" worked on this film.
Variety Magazine called it "politically incorrect but good-natured entertainment."
The film starts at 7 p.m. at Market Square East.
Forum Film Festival tickets are $15 and are available at the following locations: Reichhold Center for the Performing Arts (call 693-1559), Modern Music in Nisky Center, Parrot Fish Records and Dockside Books at Havensight Mall, Interiors by MSI at Fort Mylner and Home Again in Red Hook.