Steven Spielberg’s new film pays homage to his late mother

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Steven Spielberg’s newest film, an unnamed short film on his late mother Leah Adler, launches with the restarting of a Pico-Robertson district kosher restaurant The Milky Way she long set before her death in 2017.

Adler operated The Milky Way for approximately 40 years before her death in 2017 at age 97.

The four-minute narrative represents Adler’s multitudinous facets: ballet-dancing, joking around in her restaurant’s kitchen — all soundtracked to a piano performance Spielberg’s father recorded of Adler in the 1960s, revealed The Hollywood Reporter.


Talking about it, Steven’s sister, Nancy Spielberg, who’s been intimately involved in The Milky Way revival revealed, “It shows every aspect of her.”

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The Milky way has saved Favourites (Cheesecake, Blintzes, and potato pancaked while bringing in consultant Phil Kastel, earlier of the grill on the Alley, to upgrade the menu, consisting of a new Cajun Fish sandwich.