Special Limited Engagement

Loosely inspired by Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, Dissolution combines an almost surreal fairy-tale energy with brutal black-and-white realism to explore the condition of violence which permeates contemporary Israeli society. Shot in Jaffa (the predominantly Arab area of Tel Aviv), the movie follows the moral collapse and possible redemption of a young, morose Israeli Jew, powerfully played by a non-professional actor, David (Didi) Fire. (Nina Menkes, USA/Israel, 2012, 88 min.) In Hebrew and Arabic with English subtitles

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