Naro Virtual Cinema

Stream These Films Online and Support The Naro!

These selected films are new releases that are not currently in theaters and usually not yet featured on popular home subscription services.

A percentage of revenue from each title you stream will go to Naro Cinema to help ensure our future once the country re-opens. All titles can be streamed via your computer, tablet, phone, or Chromecast, with some having additional availability via Roku and Apple-TV apps. Each film description has a unique link that will provide all details on purchase and best ways to watch.

 


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A New York Times writer (John Benjamin Hickey) visits Tel Aviv after suffering a tragedy. The city’s energy and his relationship with a younger man (Niv Nissim) he meets there bring him back to life. This poignant drama about loneliness and longing was directed by Israeli filmmaker Eytan Fox. (89 mins)

“It’s a gentle, often funny meditation on advancing age and the fragile joys of youth.” – Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal

“The strength of the film is with its leads, the award winning veteran and screen newcomer connecting so believably from such opposing romantic ideologies we come away from the film with hope for humanity.” – Laura Clifford, Reeling Reviews

“There’s a raw and honest intimacy that’s heartbreaking to behold and unique. The two leads are fantastic.” – Randy Myers, San Jose Mercury

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When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

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From Oscar winning director Caroline Link (Best Foreign Language Film for Nowhere in Africa) comes an adaptation of British author Judith Kerr’s classic novel based on her childhood memories. The story of a Jewish family’s escape from 1933 Berlin to Switzerland is told from the perspective of the author’s alter ego, ten year-old Anna Kemper (Riva Krymalowski in her feature film debut). Anna is too busy with schoolwork and friends to notice Hitler’s face glaring from posters plastered all over 1933 Berlin. But when her father (Oliver Masucci) — based on the prominent theater critic Alfred Kerr — suddenly vanishes, the family is secretly hurried out of Germany. Anna begins to understand life will never be the same as she and her family become refugees. In German with subtitles. (119 mins)

“Caroline Link brings handsome period production values and a lyrical, restrained sensibility to a narrative that might not qualify as riveting, but exerts its own unmistakable emotional pull.” – Ann Hornaday, Washington Post

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Moby Doc

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Moby helped define the music of an era with his 1999 album Play that became the biggest-selling electronic album of all time. But by 2008, fame, alcohol, and drug use overwhelmed him to the point of his contemplating suicide. He had gotten everything he wanted… so why was he so depressed? This surrealist biographical documentary is narrated by Moby and features interviews with filmmaker David Lynch and concert footage of his performances with David Bowie. An activist who has long championed animal rights, Moby delves into himself to share with radical honesty what he’s gone through, and how he has been able to overcome his inner demons. (92 mins)

“The modest pleasure of “Moby Doc” is that it’s actually a conventional archival biography of Moby tucked inside a playful Dadaesque ramble.” – Owen Gleiberman, Variety

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Enfant Terrible

This is the dramatized story of the talented and dynamic artist and filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder who dreams of making movies about the cold-hearted, archaic Federal German society and about the longing for respect and love of the outsiders – foreigners, underprivileged groups, small convicts. His fulminant rise to being one of the most important directors in Europe correlates with his mental and physical fall and his early death at the age of 37. In his extraordinary but short career, Fassbinder made over 40 films and staged many theatrical plays. In German, French, and English. (134 mins)

“…Enfant Terrible is a tremendous way to celebrate the rise and fall of one of cinema’s most iconoclastic talents…” – Eddie Harrison, film-authority.com

“It mostly errs on the right side of excess.” – Ruben Rosario, MiamiArtZine

“It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Coen Brothers film, but there’s some of the Coens’ sizzling comic energy in Enfant Terrible…” – Kyle Smith, National Review

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Us Kids

Sparked by the plague of gun violence ravaging their schools, Us Kids chronicles the March For Our Lives movement over several years. The documentary follows gun violence survivors and teenage activists as they pull together the largest youth protest in American history. Their movement went global with rallies on six continents and in over 700 cities in every state across the nation, expanding to address racial injustice, a growing public health crisis, and shocking a political system into change. This movement was instrumental in the record youth voter turnout in the 2018 and 2020 elections. (99 mins)

“Us Kids skillfully handles a sensitive subject and prudently connects the Parkland students’ stories to those of Black students whose experiences with gun violence rarely garner similar national attention.” – Lovia Gyarkye, New York Times

“Us Kids is indispensable viewing for anyone who genuinely cares about the future of this country beyond the usual “thoughts and prayers.” – Carlos Aguilar, Los Angeles Times

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About Endlessness

This new European film from celebrated filmmaker Roy Andersson (A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence) is a reflection on human life in all its beauty and cruelty, its splendor and banality. We wander, dreamlike, gently guided by our Scheherazade-esque narrator. Inconsequential moments take on the same significance as historical events: a couple floats over a war-torn Cologne; on the way to a birthday party, a father stops to tie his daughter’s shoelaces in the pouring rain; teenage girls dance outside a cafe; a defeated army marches to a prisoner-of-war camp. Simultaneously an ode and a lament, About Endlessness presents a kaleidoscope of all that is eternally human, an infinite story of the vulnerability of existence. In Swedish with subtitles. (76 mins)

Bonus footage: In addition to the feature, there will be an exclusive pre-recorded discussion between filmmaker Roy Andersson and Palme d’Or winning/Oscar nominated filmmaker Ruben Östlund (The Square, Force Majeure).

“Andersson has earned our lasting gratitude. Few living directors beget work that carries so clear and so immediate a signature.” – Anthony Lane, New Yorker

“A mesmerizing odyssey to the heart of existence… Swedish auteur Roy Andersson’s latest is anothermasterpiece of the human condition.” – Peter Bradshw, The Guardian

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