Take in these 2 films on this Saturday night and join us after Hunting Elephants and before The Attack as we mix up some cocktails and enjoy s'more fun. The lounge will be open in the Joe Frank between 7:30 PM and 8:30 PM. Food and drinks are complimentary.|
Hunting Elephants (107 minutes)
In this Israeli comedy, 12 year-old Yonatan is dealt a blow when his father, a bank security guard, dies of a heart attack while on duty. The bank manager denies his father's pension. It looks like Yonatan and his mother will lose their home.
What to do? Yonatan, familiar with the bank's security system, decides the solution is to rob the bank. He finds the perfect accomplice in his grandpa, a retired bank robber, and Grandpa's cronies.
The Attack (102 minutes)
Amin is a successful Palestinian surgeon living in Tel Aviv with his wife Siham, fully integrated into Israeli society, and the winner of an award for his medical accomplishments. On the night of the awards ceremony, Amin is summoned to his hospital to attend to victims of a suicide bombing - or so he thinks.
But as he removes a sheet in the morgue, he discovers his wife's corpse. Is Siham the suicide bomber as the Israeli police captain thinks? Or is she an innocent victim as Amin believes?
Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center
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Houston, TX 77096
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