Director: Daniel Syrkin
2018, Israel, 155 minutes
Hebrew with subtitles
In this critically-acclaimed and darkly comedic Israeli mini-series, a leading contender for the Nobel Prize for Economics is found dead by his lifelong friends just days before the award is to be announced. Concerned that his potential legacy as a Nobel laureate is at risk, they decide to keep him “alive” until the announcement is made. Based on the book by Noa Yedlin and featuring a who’s who of Israeli actors, Stockholm is a funny and endearing portrait of friendship in the twilight years reminiscent of The Big Chill (for Jewish 70-somethings).
Official Selection — Toronto International Film Festival
Sunday, March 10, 3:30 pm
SouthSide Works Cinema
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