Date

Dec 08 - 14 2023
Ongoing...

A STILL SMALL VOICE

Director Luke Lorentzen’s A STILL SMALL VOICE follows Mati, a chaplain completing a year-long hospital residency, as she learns to provide spiritual care to people confronting profound life changes.

SHOWINGS

DEC 8 | FRI

5:00, 7:05, 9:10 p.m.

DEC 9 | SAT

12:50, 2:55, 5:00, 7:05, 9:10 p.m.

DEC 10 | SUN

5:00, 7:05 p.m.

DEC 11 | MON

5:00, 7:05 p.m.

DEC 12 | TUE

5:00, 7:05 p.m.

DEC 13 | WED

5:00, 7:05 p.m.

DEC 14 | THU

5:00, 7:05 p.m.
SYNOPSIS

In most US hospitals, alongside medical responses to illness and injury, lesser-known interventions take place every day. Responding to patients, family members and hospital staff who are experiencing spiritual and emotional distress, chaplains sit at bedsides, helping people to deepen connections with themselves, one another, and a world beyond this one.

A STILL SMALL VOICE follows Mati, a chaplain completing a year-long residency at New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital, as she learns to provide spiritual care to people confronting profound life changes. Following his acclaimed 2019 film MIDNIGHT FAMILY, director Luke Lorentzen digs into Mati’s spiritual work as an entry point to explore how we seek meaning in suffering, uncertainty, and grief.

Through Mati’s experiences with her patients, her struggle with professional burnout, and her own spiritual questioning, we gain new perspectives on how meaningful connection can be and how painful its absence is. As Mati and her patients take stock of their lives and experiences, space opens up to reflect on our own.

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Director

Luke Lorentzen

Run Time

1 hour, 33 minutes

Released
November 24, 2023
Distributed by

Abramorama

HEARING AND VISUAL ASSISTANCE

Assisted Listening

Country

United States

SUBTITLES

None

NOT RATED

Many of the films shown at The Ross are not rated due to the prohibitive cost of acquiring a rating from the Motion Picture Association of America. Consequently, as many of these films contain graphic content, viewer discretion is advised.

REVIEWS

The holy water is in a Styrofoam cup. Somewhere, a door slams. It’s human and messy — and it’s divine.”

Amy Nicholson

New York Times

The lessons patients offer to Mati seem perhaps even more valuable than what she is able to offer to them, and the grace that flows off the screen is gutting.

Alissa Wilkinson

Vox

Tough, penetrating and deeply moving.”

Sheri Linden

Hollywood Reporter

TICKET INFORMATION

EVENING PRICES

$12.00 | Adults
$9.50 | Students
$8.75 | Children
$8.50 | Military
$8.75 | Seniors
$6.50 | Members
$5.00 | UNL Students

MATINEE PRICES

$10.00 | Adults
$9.00 | Students
$8.25 | Children
$8.00 | Military
$8.25 | Seniors
$6.00 | Members
$5.00 | UNL Students

Matinee priced tickets for all screenings TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY nights

  • Showtimes change on a regular basis and will not always be the same each day. Visit the individual film pages for a list of showtimes.
  • Children are 12 and under. Seniors are 60 and older
  • Students and Military must show a valid ID to receive discount
  • We accept cash, check, NCard, Visa, and Mastercard
  • The Ross Box Office opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day
  • Assistive listening headsets and closed caption devices available for select titles. Check the individual film pages or inquire at the box office for details.
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