Café Nagler

During the 1920s, Café Nagler was the hottest place in Berlin. Mor, the film's director embarks on a journey to find out what's left of her family's legendary café. Her grandmother follows the filming with great anticipation. When Mor discovers the true story behind the café, she is unable to break her grandmother's heart and looks for a creative solution. Café Nagler is a film about memory, about our need for family myths and about our longing for a different past.

Year:
2015
Length:
59 minutes
Country:
Director:
Mor Kaplansky

Shown at

  1. 18th Annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival (Detroit) - 2016

4 Responses

  1. Betty says:

    Looking to purchase this DVD to share with members of our congregation.
    (I viewed this film liked and appreciated it).
    Betty

  2. My maiden name is Nagler. The star of the movie, the elderly Nomi, was my second cousin. It is a beautiful family story about love, memory and the importance of truth. I recommend it widely and wildly.

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