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Sunday Morning Israeli Film Series


Poland, 1960's. 10-year-old Tadek and his brother are part of an anti-Semitic gang. When they are arrested, their mother, a Holocaust survivor, has no choice but to reveal that though raised as Catholics, they are in fact Jews. Telling the younger boy they are going to Australia, the land of his fantasies, the family boards a ship to Israel. This tender and humorous drama is based on the filmmaker’s own experiences.

  • Year
    2011
  • Runtime
    100 minutes
  • Language
    Polish, Hebrew w/subtitles
  • Country
    Israel, Poland
  • Premiere
    Boca Raton/Delray Beach
  • Director
    Ami Drozd
  • Screenwriter
    Ami Drozd
  • Producer
    Marek Rozenbaum, Itai Tamir, Dariusz Jablonski, Violetta Kaminska, Izabela Wojcikl
  • Cast
    Jakub Wróblewski, Aleksandra Popławska, Łukasz Sikora
  • Cinematographer
    Adam Sikora
  • Editor
    Ami Drozd, Haim Tabakman
  • Composer
    Ofir Leibovitz, Janusz Stoklosa