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A Risky Business

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A Risky Business

In the late 1980s, Rabbi Shlomo Schwartz was a Chabad emissary in Los Angeles, California. He recalls having a great idea to pitch to producers in Hollywood. It was just after Rabbi Yitzchak Kogan got out of the Soviet Union, and writing a script about his story would be a great way to draw attention to the plight of the Jews that were stuck there. But after he asked the Rebbe for his blessing, all his plans were changed.
Filmmaking, Lubavitcher Rebbe
A Risky Business
Disc 174, Program 695

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