SCREEN GEM: Religion! Sex! Really do you need a third exclamation point? The Coral Gables Cinematheque screens the hit Israeli film "Eyes Wide Open," which premiered at Cannes and is described as "a passionate story of forbidden love between an ultra-Orthodox married Jewish family man and a young male yeshiva student. 6:30 and 8:30 P.M.
NORA THE EXPLORER: Of awesome screenwriting, that is. Nora Ephron, the pen behind "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle," has a new book called "I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections," a recollection about all the stuff she remembers - and doesn't - about her life so far. She'll be reading and discussing as part of the Miami Book Fair tonight. Miami Dade College, Chapman Conference Center, 8 P.M. Ticket required.
FROM RUSSIA, WITH LOVE: It's probably pretty cold over in Ruskie country right now (and we don't mean that metaphorically), so we're guessing the Moscow Symphony Orchestra is pretty psyched to be here tonight. You should be, too, because really, what else do you have going on? Arsht Center, 8 P.M.