Free admission with free garage parking on Pierce St between Ellis and Eddy streets.
Writer/director Joseph Cedar managed to make a global hit out of mining tensions in the small world of Talmudic scholarship. The winner of nine Ophir Awards, the film focuses on a father and son who are both scholars in Talmudic studies at Hebrew University, but whose personalities and interests are at odds. When there is a mix-up in the awarding of the prestigious Israel Prize, the resentment and bitter humor soar. 2011, 106 minutes. Led by Library Director Howard Freedman.
Program made possible, in part, by Barbara Shragge.