Three Films I’m Looking Forward to at New York Jewish Film Festival

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1. Let Yourself Go

 
A psychoanalyst named Elia goes to the gym and meets a personal trainer who changes his life. Directed by Francesco Amato. Showtimes: January 13 at 7 and January 14 at 4.
 

2. The Cakemaker

 
Thomas leaves Germany after his lover Oran dies and goes to Oran’s birthplace. Once there, Thomas gets a job as the pastry chef at a café owned by his lover’s widow, who has no idea that they share an unnamed sadness over the same man. Directed by Ophir Raul Graizer. Showtimes: January 18 at 6:30 and January 20 at 9:30.
 

3. Mr. & Mrs. Adelman

 
A French writer and his wife, once a brilliant student, experience 40 years of pain and happiness. Directed by Nicolas Bedos Showtimes: January 23 at 3 at 8:30.
 


New York Jewish Film Festival 2018

January 10—23
Film Society of Lincoln Center
70 Lincoln Center Plaza, Midtown
Tickets $15 per screening
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