The JCM Theater was filled to capacity Sunday night as The Lost Key was screened to an audience of over 100 women from the Crown Heights community.
The Lost Key is a documentary on marriage and relationships, beautifully produced by Ricardo Adler and Rabbi Manis Friedman.
The hour-and-a-half long film was met with great appreciation by those who attended. “The Lost Key was very inspirational and intriguing, seeing how our day to day values empower people from all backgrounds,” remarked one attendee.
“For me, the film was an unfortunate eye-opener to the reality of how low and lacking relationships have become, and how desperately the ‘forgotten wisdom’ of true intimacy is needed. It is wisdom that everyone and anyone must know!” said another.
“The film was surprisingly appropriate, deep and emotional while at the same time frank and down to earth. The stories and journeys of the people in the film were a real inspiration for me as a Lubavitcher to appreciate the power of Taharas Hamishpacha when compared to the experiences of people in the secular world,” reflected a third audience member.
Following the screening, Rabbi Manis Friedman hosted an enlightening Q&A session, answering various questions from the crowd on the topic of intimacy and relationships. Completing the experience, attendees went home with a free gift bag, courtesy of the evening’s sponsors.
The documentary is available for purchase at www.itsgoodtoknow.org/store/. To find out about the next time this film will be screened in Crown Heights, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Special thank you to the Russian Jewish Nshei Chabad, Levi Yitzchok Library, Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka, and Teva Drugs for making this event possible.