Thanks to everyone who came out to the NJFF’s hosted screening of ‘DISOBEDIENCE’ – we had a great crowd and discussion was wonderful.

If you missed it, there’s still time to catch it at the Belcourt at these times…Click here to purchase tickets now!

Thursday, May 24
2:40pm 5:05pm 7:30pm 9:55pm
Friday, May 25
2:00pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm
Saturday, May 26
11:20am 1:45pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm
Sunday, May 27
11:20am 1:45pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm
Monday, May 28
2:00pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm
Tuesday, May 29
2:00pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm
Wednesday, May 30
2:00pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm
Thursday, May 31
2:00pm 4:25pm 6:50pm 9:15pm

“Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams brilliantly enact this tale of forbidden same-sex attraction in London’s Orthodox Jewish community. No one who follows the groundbreaking trail that the movie blazes is going to shut up about it.” – Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

“The performances, like the film, are rich, layered things of tremendous feeling and complexity. The characters, like the film, are imperfect but well worthy of cherishing.” – Allison Shoemaker, Consequence of Sound

“Ultimately, this is a gently humane portrait of an enduring problem facing men and women in all manner of fundamentalist communities: the notion that choice has anything to do with who we desire.” – Sara Stewart, New York Post

“Like director’s Sebasti├ín Lelio’s recent movie A Fantastic Woman, Disobedience is a nuanced study of grief, with Ronit’s mourning taking just as much a focus as her and Esti’s slow-burning romance.” – Erika W. Smith, Bust Magazine

“The possibilities for these characters are more varied than it initially seems, and “Disobedience” thoughtfully considers them all.” – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times