Dir. Adam Bizanski (26min, Israel, 2012)
Hebrew with English Subtitles
Narrative Short
DC Premiere

In the aftermath of a tough break up, Paul's life is slowly deteriorating. An oddly executed burglary of his rented apartment forces him investigate the moody and atmospheric underworld of Tel Aviv in this inventive animation from Israeli video artist Adam Bizanski

Screening as part of Two Jews Walk Into a Bar

Two Jews Walk Into a Bar
Join us for a cinematic pub crawl down U street: 3 bars. 9 films. $30 gets you 3 drinks and admission! The crawl starts at 5:00 pm at Local 16.

Participating Bars

Local 16, 1602 U Street NW
Bistro La Bonne, 1340 U Street NW
Tropicalia, 2001 14th Street NW

Stop the Motion, Start the Commotion: The Work of Adam Bizanski


Sunday, January 6 at 5:00 pm
U Street Bars
Washington, DC

Two Jews Walk Into a Bar


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