Divided into three cinematic stanzas and spanning a trio of disparate locales, this hauntingly beautiful documentary from Israeli filmmaker Michale Boganim moves from the storied Ukrainian city of Odessa to Brooklyn's "Little Odessa" neighborhood and then on to Ashdod, Israel. This, however, is no ordinary travelogue. Using the symbolic figure of a weary traveler carrying a battered valise as linking device, the film is instead a psychic map of the Jewish Diaspora. The voyage begins in Odessa. Perched on the edge of the Black and Sea and suffused with an eerie blue glow, the city seems suspended in time, existing only as a collective memory dreamt by the Jews who hav...