Dir. Ofir Raul Graizer | 105 min
Narrative Germany / Israel 2017 EnglishHebrewGerman with English subtitles DC Premiere
Tuesday, May 87:30 PM Edlavitch DCJCC On Rush | Reception
Saturday, May 124:30 PM AFI Silver Theatre Pre-Sale Only*
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German baker Tomas’ affair with Israeli businessman Oren ends abruptly when Oren dies. Without time to process, Tomas travels to Jerusalem, and finds work in a cafe run by his lover’s widow, Anat, but keeps his identity a secret.
Both mourning the same man, they stave off loneliness by finding common cause in the kitchen: Anat’s menu springs to life with mouthwatering cakes, pastries, and glossy confections. Business booms, but the newfound attention exposes rifts between Israel and Germany, secular and religious, and gay and straight.
Includes adult content
Presented in partnership with GLOE–the Kurlander Program for GLBT Outreach & Engagement.
- A tender, tactile and just-sweet-enough story of hidden love, challenged faith and unwittingly shared grief ― Variety
- Set in between pairs of identities - national, religious and sexual - it is a cleverly woven and honestly rebellious look at the very essence of the term "identity" and what it means to us. ― Cineuropa