If you think watching a bunch of 80-ish broads paddling around a Viennese swimming pool isn't your idea of a good time at the movies, think again. This hugely entertaining and wonderfully warm documentary is a well-deserved celebration of a group of headstrong Jewish women who virtually define the term "moxie." They're the champion women swimmers of the Hakoah, the legendary Jewish sports club that, with 3,000 active members, once ranked as the largest athletic institution in the world. Established in 1909, the Hakoah Vienna was a response to Austria's long-standing Aryan Clause, which forbade Jews to join political, student and social clubs. Striking out on their ow...