Keswick Film Club - Kadosh

Sunday 4th February 5:30 PM

Kadosh (Sacred)

Director: Amos Gitai Country: Israel/France
Cert: 15 Year: 1999 Length: 116 mins Language: Subtitles
Kadosh

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Synopsis

The third part of Gitai's "city" trilogy focuses on two women in Jerusalem's ultra-orthodox Hassidic Jewish community. Slowly and simply, the film observes, in long, immaculate takes, how this sternly patriarchal society entraps woman as servants of reproduction. Patience with the measured pace is rewarded with impeccable devastating filmmaking.

Critics

open_quote Prepare to be profoundly moved close_quote Geoff Andrew, Time Out.



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