Pittsburgh Premiere • Directors: Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado
2010, Israel, 90 minutes • Hebrew with subtitles
Can you say bloody? The creepy confines of the woods provide the
perfect setting for RABIES, Israel’s first-ever horror film. A sexy, campy,
and clever game of murder, it involves a young couple who happen to be
brother and sister, a deranged cop and his lovesick partner, and a group
of tennis playing friends. An impressive cast of Israel’s leading actors is
drawn into a whirlwind of dark secrets, mix-ups and bloody mayhem.
Followed by "Can You Say 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' in Yiddish?:
Thinking About Jewish Horror," a discussion with scholars Jeremy
Dauber, Columbia University, and Adam Lowenstein, University of
Supported in part by the University of Pittsburgh-Jewish Studies Program.
In collaboration with Pittsburgh Filmmakers.
Tuesday, March 27, 7:30p.m. • SouthSide Works Cinema
Tickets: Online at www.JFilmPgh.org
or call: 412-992-5203, M-F, 1 - 3 p.m.