For the full festival line-up and to purchase tickets and passes, visit us at: bit.ly/1yOrSZt Ambitious Berliner Hanna decides that if she is going to succeed in business, she will need some volunteer service on her resume. She heads to Israel to work with disabled Jews, cynically explaining to her boyfriend that, if you're German, "helping Jews always gets you points, and disabled Jews count double." Itay, the Israeli social worker supervising Hanna's volunteer work, cracks jokes about German guilt while openly flirting with her. She resists at first, but soon finds herself drawn to him. Probing the effects of the Holocaust's looming shadow on third generation Israelis and Germans, the film deftly weaves the personal and the political, illustrating how they are inextricably linked. Karoline Schuch is wonderfully expressive as Hanna, struggling to maintain her confidence as she's forced to question all she thought she knew about herself and her estranged mother, who has been harboring a long held secret. Doron Amit plays Itay with tenderness and ease, holding up a mirror for Hanna just when she needs it most.