Four-time Academy Award® Nominated Actor and Winner of Two Golden Globes, Ed Harris and the Museum of Tolerance invite you and a guest to a special screening of 


A film by Anna Zamecka

Hosted by Ed Harris

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

"COMMUNION SCORES A PERFECT 10 in drawing out viewer empathy… There’s an unadorned, direct quality to everything in the film." -- Dennis Harvey, Variety

Living amid domestic instability and teenaged volatility, a sister and brother play out their lives on camera. At fourteen, Ola is already functioning as the woman of the house, cooking and cleaning for her lethargic father and helping her energetic autistic brother, Nikodem, prepare for his first Holy Communion. She longs for her mother, whose absence is never explained, yet deeply felt. As the date of her brother’s Communion nears, Ola is entirely responsible for planning the perfect family celebration. Communion, a portrait of a young woman experiencing a crash course in growing up, teaches us that no failure is final and that change is possible and needed, especially when love is in question. 

Director Anna Zamecka in conversation with Academy Award® Winning Writer/Director of Simon Wiesenthal Center's Moriah Films,
Richard Trank.

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