March 24, 2000 (Friday) at 7:30 p.m.
(Swedish, 1996, 168 minutes, color, 35mm)
Set in a small mountain village in 19th-century Sweden, JERUSALEM takes a sober look at issues of faith and spirituality, as well as betrayal, lust, and longing. In the film, based on the novel by Selma Lagerlöf, director Bille August uses two distinct points of view--rationality and emotion--to tell the story.
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