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Dolphin Boy click here for trailer
Directed by: Dani Menkin and Yonatan Nir 2011; Israel; 72 minutes Hebrew, Arabic with English subtitles
This is the tale of a parent's patient and tender love, and the friendship between a teenaged boy and the group of dolphins who helped him heal in a remarkable three-year journey of recovery. This is an award winning film featuring magnificent underwater footage and a truly inspiring story about the healing power of nature.
Wednesday July 23 at 4pm Movies of Delray
Blumenthal click here for trailer
Directed by: Seth Fisher 2013; USA; 86 minutes
There are many dysfunctional Blumen- thals in this screwball Jewish comedy: the recently deceased playwright, egotist Harold Blumenthal (played by Emmy award winning Brian Cox), his mentally and physically constipated brother Saul, and his neurotic nephew Ethan. Add to this meshugganah mix: Saul’s love-starved wife, Cheryl. An amusing first feature from the young writer/director, Seth Fisher, who also stars as the romance-challenged yet ever-likeable Ethan.
Wednesday July 30 at 4pm Movies of Delray
Hora 79 click here for trailer
Directed by: Eli Cohen 2013; Israel; 92 minutes Hebrew with English subtitles
Hora 79 wasn’t just any folk dancing company; it was the face of Israeli folk dancing. Following a traumatic event the group disbanded. As the years passed, the group became a legend among folk dancing aficionados. Now, thirty-three years later, the Karmiel Dance Festival is initiating a reunion of the troupe for a one-time performance—a tribute to Hebrew dance. The members of the group gather; some are still working, some are retired, some are excited, and some skeptical. The encounter brims with nostalgia, tension, and guilt. Will they make laughingstocks of themselves or will they be granted a return, if only for a moment, to their lost youth?
Wednesday August 6 at 4pm Movies of Delray