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    Dolphin Boy

    Presented by at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    November 11, 2011


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    Dolphin Boy

    When Morad, a 17 year old Arab Israeli, is brutally beaten and unable to speak, trauma psychiatrist Dr. Ilan Kutz recommends controversial “dolphin therapy.” In Eilat, Morad swims with the dolphins and slowly regains speech, but believes he grew up with the dolphins. Then he falls in love with a Jewish woman. Filmmakers Dani Menkin (39 Pounds of Love, 2005 Festival Audience Award winner) and Yonatan Nir capture the love and support of Morad’s doctor and family. Stunning underwater footage. Dolphin Boy was recently nominated for an Ophir (Israeli Academy Award) for Best Documentary. Massachusetts Premiere In Person: Producer Judith Manasson Ramon, film subject Dr. Ilan Kutz


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    Boston, MA 02115

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    $12 general admission $11 for students, seniors (65+), BJFF, WGBH, MFA and Coolidge Corner Theatre members Group sales (10 ticket minimum): $9 per ticket plus $4 mailing fee.


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