General admission: $15; Seniors $13; Students $6
Sunday, March 27, 2016, 7:00 pm
Natalie Portman, in her directorial debut, also writes and stars in this adaptation of the autobiographical novel by Amos Oz. A moving tale of the founding of the state of Israel as recounted through events in Oz’s own life. The story begins in 1945 in Jerusalem, honing in on Oz’s family — young Amos, his parents Arieh and Fania (Portman) — as tensions mount between Jews and Arabs towards the end of the Mandate for Palestine.
Screening LocationKimmel Center, Perelman Theatre
300 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Movie InfoIsrael, 2015, 98 minutes
Hebrew with English subtitles