Two impressive documentaries deal with the trials and tribulations of old age and the history of dance in Israel.
Each film demonstrates a distinct female sensibility as well as a strong and unique stylistic vision.
The Boston Jewish Film Festival saves one of its best films, “Mabul,” for last, and some final thoughts on this year’s line-up of movies.
More comments on the films in this year’s Boston Jewish Film Festival, including “Dolphin Boy”, an uneven documentary about dolphins and healing, and “Dusk,” one of the finest films in the festival.
More pithy reviews of Boston Jewish Film Festival fare, including some reflections on entries in the Short Films Competition.