This film is 1 of 4 films in the 2018 International Film Festival brought to you by the Jewish Federation.
Run time: 1 hour, 54 minutes
Concessions will be available for purchase.
To purchase tickets, please call Jewish Federation 856-696-4445
Tickets may also be purchased the night of the film at the Levoy Theatre.
Director: Martin Sulik
Language: German/Slovakian (w/ English subtitles)
80-year-old Ali Ungar comes across a book by a former SS officer describing his wartime activities in Slovakia. He realizes his parents were executed by him. He sets out to take revenge but finds his 70 year-old son, Georg, a retired teacher. Georg, who had avoided his father all his life, decides to find out more about him and offers Ali to be his interpreter. The two old men, in everything opposite, embark on a bittersweet journey to meet surviving witnesses of the wartime tragedy. They discover a country eager to forget its past. They realize their memories are fragments mixed with their imagination and interpretation. They connect in silence and manage to discover their own identity.