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Bulgarian Rhapsody recreates the vanished world of Bulgarian Jewish culture. A tale of lost innocence and first love set against the backdrop of WWII, the film deals with the friendship among three 17 year olds: Moni, a shy Jewish boy; Giogio, his worldly Bulgarian friend; and Shelly, a young woman whom both boys love.

Complicating matters is Giogio’s father, an anti-Semite working for a government department in charge of deportations. A warm and tender film, Bulgarian Rhapsody was Bulgaria’s entry into the 2015 Oscars.

Directed by Ivan Nichev, Bulgaria/Israel, 2014, 108 min. Bulgarian, German, Ladino with English subtitles. Houston Premiere. Drama.

Bulgarian Rhapsody recreates the vanished world of Bulgarian Jewish culture. A tale of lost innocence and first love set against the backdrop of WWII, the film deals with the friendship among three 17 year olds: Moni, a shy Jewish boy; Giogio, his worldly Bulgarian friend; and Shelly, a young woman whom both boys love.

Complicating matters is Giogio’s father, an anti-Semite working for a government department in charge of deportations. A warm and tender film, Bulgarian Rhapsody was Bulgaria’s entry into the 2015 Oscars.

Directed by Ivan Nichev, Bulgaria/Israel, 2014, 108 min. Bulgarian, German, Ladino with English subtitles. Houston Premiere. Drama.

Bulgarian Rhapsody recreates the vanished world of Bulgarian Jewish culture. A tale of lost innocence and first love set against the backdrop of WWII, the film deals with the friendship among three 17 year olds: Moni, a shy Jewish boy; Giogio, his worldly Bulgarian friend; and Shelly, a young woman whom both boys love.

Complicating matters is Giogio’s father, an anti-Semite working for a government department in charge of deportations. A warm and tender film, Bulgarian Rhapsody was Bulgaria’s entry into the 2015 Oscars.

Directed by Ivan Nichev, Bulgaria/Israel, 2014, 108 min. Bulgarian, German, Ladino with English subtitles. Houston Premiere. Drama.

WHEN

WHERE

Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center
5601 S. Braeswood Blvd.
Houston, TX 77096
http://www.erjcchouston.org/film-fest-date-pages/houston-jewish-film-festival-schedule/

TICKET INFO

$8-$12
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