|Event Type||Special Film Screenings, Jewish Film Festival|
|Date||Wednesday, May 4, 2022|
|Time||7:00pm - 9:00pm (2h)|
(Israel, 2018) Directed by Tzahi Grad, 93 min., subtitled, no MPAA rating
In the early 80’s six-year-old Sero and his family live in a Kurdish community near the Syrian/Turkish border. Sero is extremely fond of his neighbors, the last Jewish family in a village where Jews and Kurds once coexisted peacefully but where rising tensions have caused all the other Jews to flee. Amidst other tumultu- ous developments, Sero struggles to resist the dangerous ideology of his forceful instructor, while his fellow students embrace these ideas to the detriment of the warmhearted Jews they’ve lived alongside all their lives.
(This film is part of the 18th ANNUAL Karen Schneider Jewish Film Festival of Flint. Tickets can be purchased at the door.)
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