Israel 2020, 83 min, Hebrew and English, Hebrew subtitles

A young Holocaust survivor who descends into crime; an Italian-Jewish engineer who wants to see a movie; a German Christian who forgives her husband’s murderer because of her Buddhist faith; and a Jewish woman who carries on an affair with a Nazi and exposes members of the resistance so that she and her children may survive: their fates intersect when two bullets are fired into a queue of people waiting to see “A Man Escaped” at Tel Aviv’s Cinema North in 1957.


  • Premiere | Thu 03.09 at 21:00

  • The film will be available until September 30th

How it works

Please note that tickets are limited

Meet the Filmmakers

  • Thu 03.09 at 22:30

Director: Avida Livny
Production: Shula Spiegel & Dana Eden
Production Company: Shula & Donna Productions
Editing: Yoni Cohen
Cinematography: Avner Shahaf
Research: Navot Manor
Sound Design: Itzik Cohen
Music: Amnon Wolman

Source: Go2Films

Supporters & Broadcasters: KAN – Israeli Public Broadcast Corp


Avida Livny is a graduate of Tel Aviv University’s School of Film and Television and a director of documentary movies and series, including “Got to Move”, “There and Here”, “Whatever Happened to Moshe Gez” and the television series, “A Standard Love Song”.

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