Let It Be Morning Vayehi Boker
When Sami returns with his wife and son to his Arabic village for his brother’s wedding, he plans a quick return to Jerusalem, where his business and mistress await. Just as he is leaving, the village is unexpectedly put under lockdown by Israeli soldiers, and Sami finds himself caught in an uneasy web of personal and political intrigues. This adaptation of Sayed Kashua’s 2006 novel mixes wry comedy with a touch of the absurd to create a perceptive, winsome satire.
Screenings & Events
Wed, Aug 24 @ 6:30pm CDT
at Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington St, Chicago
Free tickets available to claim starting August 8 or available at the door (subject to availability). Walk-up tickets will be available at the door starting 15 minutes before the start of the screening if open seating remains.
Post-screening discussion presented by: