A hit at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Princess is a bold psychological drama. Twelve-year-old Adar skips school and spends most of her days at home with her mother’s boyfriend. Playful at first, their physical games take on a more suspicious turn. Meeting Alan, a homeless boy who bears an uncanny resemblance to her, Adar invites him to move in, shifting the power dynamics at home. As she explores her budding sexuality with Alan, lines between fantasy and reality are blurred. One of the most original and enigmatic films to come out of Israel in the last few years. Warning: disturbing and sexual content.