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ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Film Festival Presents: Praying with Lior

Kyle Pope
5:30 p.m. , Thursday March 14 | Free.

 Llana Trachtman - Documentary - 87 Minutes - USA - 2008 


Lior has Down Syndrome, and has spent his entire life praying with utter abandonment. As Lior approaches Bar Mtizvah, the Jewish coming-of-age ceremony, different characters provide a windown into the life spent "prayig with Lior." The movie poses difficult questions such as what is disability" and who really talks to God? 


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Where: Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Phone: 513-636-4200
Address: 3333 Burnet Ave.
Website: www.cincinnatichildrens.org

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