The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick

Poster for The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick A rare chance to catch this endearing Canadian classic currently out of circulation. Based on Morley Torgov’s award-winning novel, Maximilan Glick is the story of a Jewish twelve-year-old boy in Beausejour, Manitoba (played by Noam Zylberman) who becomes smitten with Celia Brzjinski (Fairuza Balk), a girl from a Polish family whom he is partnered with in a piano competition. Under the thumb of his strict family, he finds guidance in the town’s newly-arrived Hassidic rabbi (Saul Rubinek). Featuring a wonderful supporting cast that includes Jan Rubes, Aaron Schwartz and Howard Jerome
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Year:
1988
Length:
97 minutes
Country:
Director:
Allan A. Goldstein

Shown at

  1. 26th Toronto Jewish Film Festival - 2018

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