Portrait of elderly European Jews sustaining their vivid culture in the face of poverty, loneliness, and extreme old age, by the Pacific Ocean in Southern California.
"A moving portrait of loneliness, pride, humor, bitterness, and dignity."
--John O`ConnerNew York Times
"In its brief time, Number Our Days reaches the heart of life which few films do of any length."
--Charles Champlin, The Los Angeles Times