“The Song of Names”

Top Pick November 12, 2019 West Newton $12.00 - $18.00
“The Song of Names” (Promotional still)
“The Song of Names” (Promotional still)

When Martin’s family takes in Dovidl, a Polish-Jewish refugee and musical prodigy, the boys become fast friends. But at age 21, right before his first major violin performance, Dovidl disappears. It is not until decades later that Martin (Tim Roth) sets out to find Dovidl (Clive Owens) and begins a transcontinental search that will take him down a path of long-forgotten memories and lead to surprising revelations. Driven by beautiful music, this is a story about family, obligation, ambition and friendship, as well as the inescapable trauma of being forced to leave home.

Fact Sheet
Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
West Newton Cinema
1296 Washington St
West Newton, MA 02465
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$18.00 General Admission
$16.00 Senior/Member
$14.00 30 and Under
$12.00 Group 10+

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