Thursday March 6 ~ 7:00 pm
This Canadian film is about two young Eastern Europeans hiding in a barn during World War II, who speak Yiddish to each other.
Naomi Jaye's script touches on delicate notes of make-believe and isolation to create a mood of unadulterated romance in a story that combines the heartbreak of first love with a more deeply felt trauma.
Don't miss the Skype interview with the director directly following the film. 85 minutes (in Yiddish with English subtitles).
Read The New York Times review here. Purchase tickets here. View the trailer here.
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