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Cincinnati Jewish and Israeli Film Festival: A Bottle In The Gaza Sea

Kyle Pope
7:30 p.m., Tuesday February 12 | Festival Pass $65 J members, $75 public

 2011 99 minute drama. Thierry Binisti, France, French, Arabic, and Hebrew with Eng. Subtitles. 

Film Description: Internet-age Romeo & Juliet tale between an Israeli girl and Palestinian boy in which the tragedy is more political than personal. It's a sober look at youthful aspiration set against a background of ancient troubles. Accompanying short: Cap or Kippah.

Awards: Grand prix, From Page to Image Film Festival at Croisic (France), Best Actor (Mahmoud Shalaby), Audience Award, Reunion Island Film Festival. 



Where: Esquire Theatre
Phone: 513-281-8750
Address: 320 Ludlow Ave.
Website: www.esquiretheatre.com

Esquire Theatre

320 Ludlow Ave.
Clifton, OH
45220
 
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