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Psychologists report that many "dual-religion" children express a great deal of anger at their parents for putting them in the middle of an issue that the parents themselves could not resolve.
A Gallup Poll showed that religious commitment is lowest from age 18-39 – precisely the time when people are making decision about who to marry.
I have a folder of emails from intermarried people whose lives turned to horror when they (or their spouses) turned back to religion. Finally, you will need to provide a positive reason in the addition to all these negatives.
They will probably have highly diverse reactions to the film, and the anti-Semitism elements will be very difficult for them to reconcile.
On the flip side, having them visit a Holocaust museum will also likely engender very different emotional reactions. Many intermarried couples say: "We're going to let our children choose their own religion. That way they'll get the best of both worlds." But the reality is that children of intermarried couples suffer an identity crisis.