This daring double feature from Amos Gitai first finds Israel's most prominent and iconoclastic director in West Jerusalem, looking inside a "House" once belonging to a Palestinian doctor and appropriated by the Israeli government. Gitai returned nearly two decades later to follow up, and the revisiting of "A House in Jerusalem" examines how the home's new residents and the neighborhood itself have changed. 140 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: Hebrew, English, Arabic, and Russian Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English. In English, Hebrew, Arabic, and Russian with English subtitles.