Saturday evening, May 9th at 7:00 p.m.
Washington State History Museum
1911 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma WA 98402
Director(s): Guy Nattiv & Erez Tadmor
Running time: 85 MINUTES
Language: Heberew, Arabic & French w/subtitlesAn accidental meeting sparks an improbable romance linking an Israeli kibbutznik and a Palestinian woman in this critically-acclaimed exploration of nationality and the heart. Eyal and Rana (superb improvisation by actors Liron Levo and Lubna Azabal) meet serendipitously on their way to the World Cup soccer finals in Berlin after their bags are mistakenly swapped. A quick magnetic glance on a subway soon becomes an unbreakable bond, even as war in their homeland tests loyalties. Montagues and Capulets, meet Eyal and Rana.
Topics: Drama, Romance, Soccer, Young Professionals, Israel/Palestine. Mature content.
General admission: $11, Seniors and students w/ID: $8
For more information, please call Abby Cohen at 253-564-7101