‘Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion’ is a heart-warming tale about a little girl, and the lengths she’s prepared to go to, to be just like all the other little girls. This film explores a rarely glimpsed Ireland, as seen through the eyes of a middle class Dublin Jewish girl. An Irish/Jewish film with an international feel, the beauty of this story lies in its simplicity, humour, and the universal desire to fit in.
I certainly didn’t want Katherine to be the pantomime villain. To me she’s a real person and she has so many different sides to her.
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