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French Jews react to first screening of buzzy, irreverent comedy on anti-Semitism

French Jews react to first screening of buzzy, irreverent comedy on anti-Semitism

The Jewish crowd at the advance screening applauded the director's 'courage.' But will the intended non-Jewish audience see the film?

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Young israelis living on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv in protest of high housing prices, Aug. 10, 2011. (Liron Almog/Flash90)

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