Germany , 2017, 74 min, Dir. Astrid Schult, Not Rated, German with English subtitles
“An important film.” – Amos Lassen, Books, Movies and Judaica
On a cold, wintry night, Lena shows up on the doorstep of the Rossberg family mansion. She claims her car has broken down, but her arrival is intentional. Lena is in pursuit of Anselm Rossberg (Michael Degen, Hannah Arendt), an elderly Auschwitz guard who lives with his daughter Maria (Elisabeth Degen, Aimée & Jaguar). Anselm and Maria both deny Anselm’s Nazi past, but Lena is determined to get him to confess, even as her own weapon is turned against her and she is forced into a moral dilemma.
The best of international cinema returns to Miami when the Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF) takes over the city for its milestone 21st year, bringing more than 60 films from 20 countries, and hosting 50 filmmakers and special guests. The largest Jewish cultural event in Florida, and the third largest Jewish film festival in the world, takes place this year over 13 days from January 11-25.
Tickets to MJFF screenings are available for purchase online or at the Gables Cinema box office.
General Admission – $13.00
Students & Seniors – $12.00 (with valid ID)
Gables Cinema Members & MJFF Members – $10.00