From page to stage to screen, Henry Jaglom’s “Train to Zakopane” will premiere at the Los Angeles Jewish Film Fest 2017, at the Laemmle Music Hall, Beverly Hills, on Saturday April 29th, 8 PM. “Train to Zakopane’s” tag line is “a true story of hate and love.” The film version stars the talented leading lady Tanna Frederick and debonaire Mike Falkow. It is a vivid story of tragic bittersweet love between 2 star crossed lovers, ala Romeo and Juliet, amidst the most uncertain of times. This original play enjoyed an extended run at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica, and now makes its way to the silver screen, under the impeccable directorship of Henry Jaglom, who will participate in a Q&A following the film, moderated by the Jewish Journal’s David Suissa. The film contains all the elements making for an evening of suspense, intrigue, mystery, and romance, with characters orchestrating the full gamut of emotion, leaving the audience in a state of awe.
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