Set in 1957 in the newly-formed state of Israel, Murder in the Cinema North is a gripping tale of forgiveness and the haunting legacy of the Holocaust. After attempting to rob the Cinema North cashier, young Holocaust survivor Tommy Blitz kills Italian-Jewish engineer Fidia Fiatelli, shocking the young country. Following a failed escape from jail, Blitz seeks forgiveness from Fiatelli's widow, Heinkeh, a music teacher born in Germany with a Christian-Buddhist background. While Heinkeh ultimately forgives him, the murder and the dark secret of Blitz's mother continue to haunt both of their lives until a tragic end. With captivating storytelling and powerful performances, Murder in the Cinema North is a must-see for fans of historical dramas and crime thrillers.