A Tramway in Jerusalem

Drama 94 min
FilmColumbia 2019
Sunday, October 27
2:00pm
Morris Memorial

The Jerusalem Light Rail line is a tramway 8.6 miles long that opened in 2011. The prolific Israeli-French independent filmmaker, Amos Gitai, populates the tram with a multinational, multilingual group of Israelis, Palestinians, and foreign tourists who argue, laugh, sing, or simply observe as they travel from the north to the Hadassah Medical Center in the south.

Directed by Amos Gitai; Written by Amos Gitai and Marie-Jose Sanselme; 2018; Courtesy of Film Movement; Israel, France; In Hebrew, Arabic, French, Italian, Yiddish, German, Ladino and English with English subtitles; Cast: Achinoam Niri, Mathieu and Elias Almaric, Yael Abecassis, Keren Mor. Runtime: 94 min.

directed by
Amos Gitai
written by
Amos Gitai (screenplay), Marie-Jose Sanselme (screenplay)
with
Achinoam Nini, Mathieu Amalric, Elias Amalric, Yaël Abecassis
language
Hebrew, Arabic, French, Italian, Yiddish, German (with English subtitles)
country
Israel, France
production company
Film Movement