Aviya’s summer/Ha-Kayitz Shel Aviya
During the 1951 summer vacation, shortly after the founding of Israel, 10-year-old Aviya visits her depressive mother Henya in a small village near Tel Aviv. Henya survived the Second World War and the Shoah in a concentration camp, and immigrated to Israel after the liberation. Just released from a psychiatric institution, she finds herself still unable to deal with her past. In the small village, mother and daughter encounter the local people’s lack of understanding and mocking.
A discussion with Cilly Kugelmann, program director, will round off the event.
Drama, Israel 1988, directed by Eli Cohen, 95 Min., Hebrew with German subtitles
One of the accompanying events for the In a Foreign Country. Publications from the Displaced Persons Camps exhibition.
Where, when, what?
7 December 2015, 7.30 pm
Film in Hebrew with German subtitles