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  • A pale woman with two long, dark braids stands in a gown with her arms by her sides, palms facing forward.
  • A woman writhes in bed, tended to by a maid.
  • The pale woman with two long, dark braids stands in a cemetery in front of a headstone.
  • A bride stands in front of a figure wearing a robe and a skull mask, surrounded by a group of people.



Wednesday, May 29

(1937, Michal Wasczyński) A young bride (Lili Liliana) feels drawn to a student of Kabbalah (Leon Liebgold). When he dies, she’s possessed by his dislocated soul, and is taken to an exorcist. Filled with expressionist influences, and based on the ultimate Yiddish theater classic. DCP restoration. Approx. 123 min.


“Eerie and unearthly.”
The New York Times

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