Cleveland Institute of Art’s Cinematheque will show “The Dybbuk” at 3:45 p.m. Aug. 25 at 11610 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland.
“The Dybbuk” is an adaptation of S. Ansky’s play of the same name. The story follows a 19th-century Jewish bride who is possessed by the soul of a dead person, or dybbuk. In this case, it’s the soul of her deceased true love, but the village rabbi must exorcise it regardless.
The film is in Yiddish.
Tickets are from $8 to $11. To purchase tickets, visit bit.ly/31JMi8z.