Israel, 2016, 98 min, Dir. Eran Kolirin, Not Rated, Hebrew with English subtitles
"An alternately profound and problematic film that forces audiences to question their own complicity in the dysfunctionality of Israeli society." – Jay Weissberg, Variety
After Eran Kolirin’s internationally acclaimed break-out hit The Band’s Visit, he returns with a compelling and intelligent new feature about an Israeli family in crisis. Having retired after 27 years of military service, David faces existential uncertainty regarding his new civilian identity. When a friend suggests working as a salesman, he sees this as an opportunity to get his foot in the door of the business world and make something of himself. But this decision slowly gets him and his family entangled in a web of dark forces that sets into motion a series of events that plunges them into the unknown. An accomplished and impressive film from one of Israel’s leading directors about chance and misfortune and the facade of a seemingly perfect family. Winner of the Best Actress Award at the Jerusalem Film Festival, Nominated for six Israeli Ophir Awards.
Celebrate the unexpected at the 20th annual Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF) with an exciting showcase of films, including Academy Award entries and World, North American, and Florida Premieres. MJFF, the largest Jewish cultural event in Florida, and the third largest Jewish film festival in the world, occurs January 12-26, 2017.
Tickets to 2016 MJFF screenings are available for purchase online or at the Gables Cinema box office.
General Admission – $13.00
Students & Seniors – $11.00 (with valid ID)
Gables Cinema Members & MJFF Members – $9.00