Screenings:

JANUARY 25th, 7:30PM
CINEMARK PALACE 20

JANUARY 29th 7:30PM
COBB THEATER

FEBRUARY 9TH, 7:30PM
FRANK CINEBOWL

 

CLOUDY SUNDAY

Palm Beach Premiere

Director: Manoussos Manoussakis; Greece, 2014, 116 min. Greek w. subtitles

Cloudy Sunday - Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival

Set in Thessaloniki, 1943, during the Nazi occupation, this is the story of the forbidden love between Estrea, a young Jewish girl, and Giorgos, the brother-in -law of the famed composer Vassilis Tsitsanis. As the Nazis close in, the lovers are forced to make life changing decisions. Much of the action takes place in and around the ouzeri (tavern), owned by the then 28-year-old Tsitsanis, at a time when he had reached his peak as a composer. In fact, the film's English title, Cloudy Sunday, refers to Tsitsanis' beloved classic Synnefisameni Kyriaki, one of the songs featured in the movie and the resistance anthem during WWII.

Film Partners: Bennett Blackner Stone