IU CINEMA: Za’am V’Tehilah (Rage and Glory)
Director Avi Nesher is scheduled to be present/35th Anniversary Screening.
Restored in 2018 by the Jerusalem Cinematheque and the Israel Film Archive, Rage and Glory is considered by critics the best Israeli film ever made. The film tells the story of an avowed anarchist, Eddy the Butcher, and a hitman who is sent to Jerusalem to plot the assassination of a senior British officer. Eddy’s arrival creates tension within the already troubled group as the British counter-terrorist operatives are closing in. In speaking about the debate over the film, Nesher stated, “If you take the controversy over the 2017 film Foxtrot and multiply it by a thousand, this is the magnitude of the reaction in 1984.” In English and Hebrew with English subtitles. Contains mature content.
- Thursday February 21, 2019 07:00 PM
- Thursday February 21, 2019 08:58 PM
- The Indiana University Cinema is located at 1213 E. 7th Street, Bloomington, Indiana. We are located at the East end of the IU Auditorium building. Our main entrance is on the North side, facing the Wells Library.
- Brittany D. Friesner
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- Free, but ticketed
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- Ticket info. 812-855-1103
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- Tickets are required for all screenings. You can pick them up at the IU Auditorium box office M-F 10-4 or in the Cinema lobby 60 minutes prior to any IU Cinema screening.