Admission: General $10, Senior $10, Student $5, Child $5

Sunday, March 12, 2017, 3:00 pm
This screening is in corporation with IAC Philadelphia.
Ten year-old Adam feels isolated and guilty after his older brother dies in a car accident. Everything changes when he forms a remarkable friendship with a magical creature, known in local folklore as an “Abulele.” Adam tells only his school crush, Tamar, of Abulele’s existence. When a government Special Forces Unit called “Thunder” appears in the neighborhood on a mission to capture Abulele, the two try to protect him. This charming family film shows the importance of love, friendship, and moving on from tragedy.
Screening Location
Lightbox Film Center at the International House
3701 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Movie Info
Israel, 2015, 96 minutes
Hebrew with English subtitles
Jonathan Geva
Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature, Boston Jewish Film Festival