14A, Drama, 96 min
Omar (Adam Bakri) is a young Palestinian baker who often surreptitiously climbs over the separation wall to join his childhood friends, Tarek (Eyad Hourani) and Amjad (Samer Bisharat), who live in a village on the other side. He's secretly in love with Tarek's sister Nadia (Leem Lubany) and is saving up to marry her.
When Omar is captured and roughed up by Israeli soldiers, the three friends kill an Israeli soldier in retaliation. Omar is caught and thrown into prison, where he's beaten and tortured.
After finding out he faces 90 years in jail without appeal, he is offered a deal by the prison warden. He'll be released for a month only if he leads them to Tarek, who's in hiding.
However, when he returns to his friends, claiming the Israelis didn't have enough evidence to hold him, Nadia and Amjad are suspicious.
In Arabic and Hebrew with English subtitles.
1:40 4:05 10:10
PG, Drama, 95 min
Philomena Lee (Judi Dench), along with many other unwed women, was forced by Catholic authorities in 1950s Ireland to give up her child for adoption.
After 50 years of searching for her son without any luck, Philomena convinced a recently unemployed and unapologetically cynical journalist named Martin Sixsmith (Steve Coogan) to help her.
Based on the celebrated book by Martin Sixsmith.
12:35 2:55 10:10