The film - which is screening at the Tricycle Cinema on Sunday - follows eleven-year-old Aaron as he hunts for spies and practices Houdini tricks with his friends.
A thoughtful, poetic dreamer, Aaron is secretly fascinated by his sophisticated neighbour Miss Blum, and finds himself at odds with his uneducated parents.
Meanwhile, screening today is Michael King’s The Rescuers. A documentary by the Emmy Award winning filmmaker which traces the journey of Stephanie Nyombayire, a Rwandan anti-genocide activist.
Since beginning on 1 November with Paolo Sorrentino’s This Must Be The Place, starring Sean Penn, the festival has welcomed an array of Jewish filmmakers and actors including The Other Side directed by Khen Shalem – to name a few.
Furthermore, Chariots of Fire took centre stage at the Tricycle for its 30th anniversary.