ROSE is Aurélie Saudi’s debut film about a widowed French-Sephardic matriarch (Françoise Fabian of Bonne Année and Call My Agent) whose urge to “indulge in desire” (Forward) incites the disbelief and disapproval of her grown children.
In Kavah Nabatian’s SIN LA HABANA a restless Cuban ballet dancer seduces a young Persian-Jewish tourist from Montreal in order to engineer his escape from Havana. But the plan unravels, revealing secrets and deception on both sides.
We’re offering a discounted pass – pay $18 for both films. Please note: due to the geoblocking by the film’s distributor, Rose can be watched only in Maine.
Both films are available for streaming from February 16 at 5pm, until February 19 at midnight.