Stony Brook Film Festival Guide: July 22

A look at what's showing at the Staller Center on Sunday.

The lineup for Sunday, July 22 at the Stony Brook Film Festival:

4:00 p.m.

After the Silence (82 minutes)
An emotional documentary set against the conflict between Israel and Palestine. The wife of an Israeli man killed in a 2002 suicide attack in Haifa visits the family of the suicide bomber in an attempt to break down walls, believing that's what her husband would have wanted. In Arabic, Hebrew, French and German with subtitles.

7:00 p.m.

Our Rhineland (16 minutes)
Set in 1937 Germany, under the Third Reich, two sisters fight a system in which mixed-race Germans were admitted into clinics and rendered sterile.

Wunderkinder (100 minutes)
Set in 1941 Ukraine, two young Jewish musical prodigies befriend a German girl who shows promising musical talent – until German troops arrive and their worlds are turned upside-down. Director Marcus O. Rosenmuller will be in attendance.

9:30 p.m.

Coma (15 minutes)
Are you the bad guy if you don't pull the plug? New York premiere.

3 Days of Normal (82 minutes)
A starlet, overwhelmed by the pressures of her celebrity, escapes to rural New Hampshire on an unannounced road trip. There she meets a small-town cop who has no idea who she is. Director Ishai Setton, writer/producer Jared Parsons and actress Mircea Monroe will be in attendance at the screening, its East Coast premiere.

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