“After Munich” Film and Talkback

Talkback: Sunday, November 15, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Watch the film any time before our talkback event

After Munich” is a 2019 documentary film that tells the stories of four women whose lives were forever altered by the massacre of eleven Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games. Each woman — an athlete, a widow of one of the murdered competitors, and two undercover agents — responds differently to this tragic event.

Dr. Cathy Cohn will discuss two questions: What makes one person more or less resilient to traumatic events than someone else? How does one move on after a loss of this magnitude and create a meaningful life?

We will also hear from Eti Young who will share her personal story of being a flight attendant for EL AL. Eti first began her flight to Munich with military forces on board, intended as a rescue mission, but while in the air, it became a heartbreaking experience of bringing the bodies back to Israel.

Dr. Cohn is a clinical social worker and psychologist practicing in Boulder. She is trained in the treatment of grief, trauma, depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

This film is presented as part of the Boulder Jewish Film Festival.

Your registration for this talkback will include a free Zoom link to the film “After Munich,” which will be emailed to you within 48 hours of registration. The Zoom link for the talkback itself will be emailed to you as soon as your registration has been completed.

The cost of this event is $10 per household. Please register here.

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