1995. Three French sisters reunite in the house where they spent childhood summers, in Atlit, Israel. As the sisters struggle with the decision to sell their deceased parents’ home, old struggles and childhood dynamics return — along with apparitions of their parents. Meanwhile, the peace process is in full swing, playing as both a parallel and influence in the relationships between the sisters, their parents, and the Israel itself. With the tragic assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, the siblings relationship and conversations shift entirely. In French and Hebrew with subtitles.
On Saturday, November 14, the Museum of Fine Arts will close at 4:45 pm and everyone must exit the Museum at that time. It will re-open at 5:30 p.m. for this screening. Please use the State Street Corporation Fenway Entrance
Event Location: Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA, Boston, Massachusetts, 02115
$14.00 Seniors, students, members
$11.00 Group of 10+ formed in advance
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