A forbidden love story takes a wholly unexpected — but richly rewarding — turn. Berlin baker Tomas embarks on a passionate affair with Oren, a businessman visiting from Jerusalem. When Oren dies suddenly in a car crash, Tomas travels to Israel seeking answers. Keeping his secret to himself, he starts working in a café for Anat, his lover’s widow. Juxtapositions of Germany and Israel, gay and straight, child and adult, secular and religious, truth and deception and the gorgeous character of food, are simply and beautifully filmed in this quiet, but powerful story of intimacy, loss and love. Not appropriate for 16 and under due to sexual content.
“…a tender, tactile and just-sweet-enough story of hidden love,” Variety Review
Drama/ 2017/ Dir: Ophir Raul Graizer / Starring Tim Kalkhof, Sarah Adler/ Germany, Israel / 2017 / German, Hebrew, English w/ Eng St / 104 min
2017: Best Editing Jerusalem Film Festival; Ecumenical Jury Award Karlovy Film Festival; London Film Festival; San Sebastian International Film Festival
USM - Talbot Lecture Hall/Luther Bonney Hall
85 Bedford Street,
Friday, March 16, 8:00pm