2019 Boulder Jewish Film Festival - "Outdoors"

Date: March 19, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm

As a young Israeli couple build their dream home, the foundation of their marriage begins to crumble, challenging them to find the true meaning of home and to focus on the challenge of building a life together.

At what exact moment in life do we grow up? When we marry, have a child, build a house? Or is growing up a process that continues, painfully, throughout marriage and parenthood? Gilli and Yarra’s young marriage is strained by the construction of a new home in the Galilee, forcing them to cope with issues of maturity, identity, and honesty. A universal love story with a uniquely Israeli setting, “Outdoors” feels fresh and breezy, reminding us to be careful what we wish for. Noa Koler, who closed last year’s festival as the infectiously optimistic would-be bride of “The Wedding Plan,” again displays her charisma in this deceptively low-key domestic drama from director Asaf Saban, who uses landscape and architecture to express volumes.

Saturday, March 9 | 7:30 pm | At the Boedecker Theater | GET YOUR TICKETS HERE

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