96 minutes. 2013. Director: Rashef Levi (Lost Islands). With Sir Patrick Stewart (Star Trek Next Generation, X-Men), Sasson Gabai (The Band’s Visit, Restoration), Moni Moshonov (Late Marriage, Jaffa), Moshe Ivgy (Munich, Campfire) Yael Abacassis (Hatufim) and Rotem Zussman (The World is Funny, God’s Neighbors). In Hebrew and English with English subtitles. Genre: Dramedy
Opening Night Film, 2013 Jerusalem Film Festival. Ophir Awards for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Actor (Sasson Gabai).
Jonathan is a boy genius with limited social skills. When his dad dies suddenly, he and his grandfather Elijah, hatch a plan to rob the bank that has ignored their existence. Joining them are Elijah’s longtime friend, Nick, and Jonathan’s great-uncle from England, Lord Michael Simpson, a frustrated Shakespearean actor.