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This intense drama is set on the fault line between secularism and religious orthodoxy in modern Israel. Naomi (Ania Bukstein, Game of Thrones), a secular single woman rejecting her family and career as a classical pianist, moves to an Ultra-Orthodox area of Jerusalem. Two surprising connections with a musically gifted Ultra-Orthodox neighbor boy and a charismatic Italian monk and organist lead to anonymous escalating threats. Inside drab interiors with a shaky handheld camera, director Anner conveys a claustrophobic air of creeping unease and latent violence as tense and taut as a le Carre thriller.

“mesmerising, tightly wound central performance from Bukstein.” -ScreenDaily

film details

Drama / Dir: Eitan Anner / Starring: Ania Bukstein (Game of Thrones), Giorgio Lupano, Lior Lifshitz /  2016 Israel  / Hebrew, English, Italian w/ English subtitles / 92 min

FESTIVALS

Grand Prix at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Best Actress at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival; Best Screenplay at Haifa Film Festival

Location

Railroad Square Cinema

17 Railroad Square,
Waterville, ME

Showtime

Sunday, March 19, 7:30pm

Genre

Drama

Running Time

91 minutes

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Additional Showtimes

Sunday, March 19, 7:00pm (Nickelodeon Cinema)