Cine-files: Lev Smadar, Jerusalem
The sixth review in our series takes us to a tucked-away cinema in west Jerusalem that's been on the go since 1928. It serves delicious Israeli food and it's even open on Shabbat ...
A narrow leafy side-street off Emek Refaim, a cafe-studded thoroughfare in west Jerusalem's German Colony. There's little indication that it's a cinema. Twenty minutes' walk from the historic Old City, it's surrounded by residential homes and next door to a small hotel whose cheaper rooms are directly over the auditorium; guests are warned that they might hear the soundtrack.
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