This cursory treatment (2003, 59 min.) of Jews of the Emerald Isle proudly profiles Robert Briscoe, who was elected lord mayor of Dublin in 1956, and Isaac Herzog, Ireland’s chief rabbi, who later emigrated to Israel and whose son, Chaim, was elected president in 1983. I was more interested in the Irish government’s refusal to harbor Jews fleeing the holocaust and in the IRA’s training of Zionist guerrillas, but director Valerie Lapin Ganley skips lightly past these upsetting topics.