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Wednesday, March 30th @ 8:00 pm


The Films of Amos Gitai

$6 General; $5 Members and Full-Time Students

Often compared to Robert Altman's work, Alila follows the intersecting lives of the residents of a run-down apartment building in Tel Aviv—from a couple having an affair, to a husband who relentlessly pursues his divorced wife, to their son who refuses to serve in the army, to their neighbor the corrupt policewoman. Created in forty single-shot scenes, this film creates a sense of continuity between these interlocking character studies and presents a colorful portrait of contemporary Israel. (2003, 122 min. No MPAA rating. In Hebrew with English subtitles.)

"Sexy, colorful, courageous, and boldly entertaining."—Newsday



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