A couple’s faith is tested by the Sukkot tradition to welcome guests when secular and Ultra-Orthodox worlds collide at this tense and humorous dinner. Unbeknownst to the struggling devout hosts, their guests have just escaped prison and are hiding from the police. The couple is challenged to take a stance when the guests have overstayed their welcome. Inspiring, heartwarming and uplifting, this critically acclaimed film has universal appeal. Co-sponsored with Herzl-Ner Tamid Daytimers.
Winner of 2004 Ophir/Israeli Oscar for Best Actor.
Lunch at 11:30am, Film at 12:30pm
$8 Lunch, Film is free