Shepherd: The Story of a Jewish Dog
About the Film
SHEPHERD is based on the award-winning and bestselling novel, "The Jewish Dog," by Asher Kravitz. Kaleb, a beloved German Shepherd, is separated from his Jewish family when the Nuremberg Laws are enacted in WWII Berlin. He is adopted by an SS Officer who trains him to attack and round up Jews at a concentration camp. Kaleb is well cared for and good at his job until one day when he is distracted by a familiar scent. His original master, a young boy named Joshua, has arrived as a prisoner of the camp. Kaleb has not lost his loyalty to Joshua who finds solace when he gets a job feeding the animals and can spend time with Kaleb. Joshua's life is at risk. Together they escape the camp and after months of near-death experiences, they are found by partisans who help Joshua make safe passage.
Saturday, May 8-11, 2021 | 7:00 pm
Film begins at 7:00 pm and is available for 72 hours. You must finish your viewing before the 72-hour period ends.
This film is licensed for North Carolina
Lucy and Bob Sherman
(not suitable for young children)