Toronto Jewish Film Foundation
continues the CHAI TEA SERIES with
The Second Time Around
Directed by Leon Marr
Sunday December 18, 2016
Cineplex Cinemas Empress Walk
5095 Yonge St., (North York Centre subway station)
Two Screenings: 12:30pm and 4:00pm
Tickets available here : $16 (cash only at door, subject to availability)
Coffee and tea served in theatre prior to screenings
Seating guaranteed until 15 minutes prior to screening
Featuring a stellar Canadian cast that includes:
Linda Thorson, Stuart Margolin, Don Francks, Paul Soles, Laura De Carteret, Louis Del Grande, Jayne Eastwood, Jocelyne Zucco, Martha Gibson, Alec Stockwell, Gene Mack, David Sparrow, Richard Waugh,
The Toronto Jewish Film Foundation presents their December Chai Tea series with a terrific Canadian film that’s sure to become a classic. Directed by Leon Marr, The Second Time Around is a feel-good movie to end the year on. The film will screen Sunday December 18, at Cineplex Cinemas Empress Walk, with two screenings at 12:30pm and 4:00pm. As always, come early and enjoy some coffee, tea and cookies.
Opera lover Katherine Mitchell wasn’t looking for love a second time, not at her age, and certainly not with cranky Isaac Shapiro. But while she convalesces at a senior’s home after a broken hip, love blooms as she and Isaac warm to each other over their shared passion for music. The Second Time Around is heart-warming and romantic, as its two mismatched characters discover that it’s never too late to fall in love.
“The Second Time Around is a classic, unabashedly sentimental love story,” says director Leon Marr, “and the style of the film needed to reflect that. And while fundamentally a character piece, the performances are what make it shine. To that end, I surrounded myself with veteran, theatrically trained actors, and spent a good deal of time rehearsing and planning my shots.”
Both screenings will be followed by a Q&A with director/writer Leon Marr and various cast members.
About Toronto Jewish Film Foundation (presenter of the Toronto Jewish Film Festival)
The Toronto Jewish Film Foundation presents the best feature films, documentaries and shorts from Canada and around the world, on themes of Jewish culture and identity. The Foundation is dedicated to using film for its contemporary popular value and accessibility, in order to reflect the diversity of the Jewish experience internationally. The TJFF provides an opportunity to heighten awareness of Jewish and cultural diversity around the world to audiences of all cultural backgrounds, and to present films in their original languages, with subtitles, in an effort to break down racial, cultural and religious barriers and stereotypes.
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