The Louisville Jewish Film Festival, in partnership with the Muhammad Ali Center, will present the film A Bottle in the Gaza Sea followed by moderated discussion and dessert. Visitors are encouraged to come early and explore the exhibits at the Muhammad Ali Center.
Plot Summary: Tal experiences a terrorist attack at her local café, but refuses to succumb to hatred and blame. She slips a message of peace in a bottle that she asks her brother to throw into the sea while he is on patrol near Gaza. She eventually receives an email response from NaÏm, a teenaged Palestinian and the two develop a friendship through email. While revealing the huge stress under which they live, the film is a mix of both hope and hopelessness.
Run Time: 99 minutes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Free admission-Call for a ticket to assure admittance (502-459-0660).
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