Ida Poster

July 18 — July 24


Rated PG-13 for some sexuality, mature themes, and smoking. In Polish with English subtitles; 80 minutes.

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In Communist Poland in 1962, Ida (Agata Trzebuchowska) is a nun, still in her teens; her aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza) is a judge. Ida journeys outside the convent to visit Wanda, her sole living relative. Wanda wastes no time telling Ida that she was born a Jew (real name Anna), and that her parents were killed in the Holocaust, leaving daughter Ida to be raised in a Polish nunnery. Anna/Ida asks Wanda to travel with her to a rustic area of Poland to find her parents’ graves. Wanda,…

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