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Monday Movies: Three Days and a Child
Auteur Film by Uri Zohar (Hebrew with English Subtitles)
Uri Zohar has frequently been called the “Godard of Israel.” Adopting methods from the French New Wave of cinema, his film Three Days and a Child portrays the cityscape of Jerusalem, through which mathematics student Eli drifts with his ex-girlfriend’s son.
During the three days Eli is supposed to babysit, he relives painful memories of the love of his life and engages in a dangerous game.
Zohar’s auteuristic films ushered in Israeli’s cinema’s “New Sensibility,” which turned its back on collectivism and focused on individuals.
|Orginal title||Shlosha Yamim Veyeled (Three Days and a Child)|
|Directed by||Uri Zohar|
|Languages||Hebrew with English subtitles|
Uri Zohar, born in 1935 in Tel Aviv, was Israel’s most prominent director in the early 1970s. His films combined Israeli reality with elements of French New Wave filmmaking.
In the 1970s, he changed careers and lifestyles and went from being a secular Jewish enfant terrible filmmaker to an Orthodox rabbi.
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Monday 4 June 2018, 7 pm
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A brief tour of the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem will be held for Monday Movie visitors at 6 pm (in German).
Admission with the museum ticket; Meeting point: Old building, "Meeting Point" in the foyer
The film is in Hebrew with English subtitles.