“Gone Baby Gone” film screening rescheduled to Mon., Feb. 18, at 7 PM

Gone_Baby_Gone_DVDBecause of Blizzard Nemo, the planned showing of “Gone Baby Gone” as part of the “What Would You Do?” film series has been rescheduled from this past Monday, Feb. 11, to next Monday, Feb. 18, at 7 PM. There are still a few seats available.

The “What Would You Do: Ethical Dilemmas in Great Films” film series is a collaborative effort of Temple Beth Sholom and Best Video. Best Video owner Hank Paper and Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Benjamin Scolnic will take turns introducing films and leading the post-film discussions.

The admission cost per film is $5 and reservations are ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL. Each of the three previous screenings have been sold out.

The film will be introduced and the discussion led by Rabbi Benjamin Scolnic.

When two young private detectives (Casey Affleck and Michelle Monaghan) are hired to take a closer look into the mysterious disappearance of a little girl in blue collar Boston, they soon unravel a multitude of twists and turns where nothing is as it seems. “Gone Baby Gone” also stars Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan and Amy Ryan.