Levinsky Park

reż. Beth Kruvant, USA 2016, 66’

“Levinsky Park” tells the simple stories of people riding the tide of history in Tel Aviv, Israel. Through the lens of an asylum seeker from Darfur, long time residents of the community, and a human rights activist, we explore the contours and nuances of the refugee story. The film portrays a clash of two worlds: that of long time residents who have lived in the area since the turn of the 20th century and since the aftermath of WWll and that of thousands of migrants and refugees mostly from sub-Saharan Africa, who cross the desert to reach freedom. Language: Hebrew, English. Subtitles: Polish, English

25 November, SATURDAY, POLIN Museum, 3:15pm

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