Rachel is losing her sight to the point she can't even call her daughter who is in labor on the other side of the world. Seeking for help, she opens her door to passersby strangers, striving for one moment of connection.
Year of production 2020 Length 21min Country Israel Shooting Format 2k Aspect Ratio Scope Dialogue Hebrew Director Or Sinai Producer Shlomi Elkabetz, Eilon Shani, Galit Cahlon Production Deux Beaux Garcons films Writer Or Sinai Cinematographer Saar Mizrahi Editor Noy Barak Art DirectorNitzan Tzifrut Sound Itzik Cohen Jungle sound Music Shaul Besser CastLeora Rivlin, Uri Gavriel, Nir di-nur, Erez Kahana, Nathchayanit Elberg
Festival selections World Premiere
Director's Statement I wanted to deal with the natural and inevitable separation between a mother and her children. The circle of life is a beautiful thing, but also tragic. We have no other way but to accept the fact that as we grow up, develop and reach the pick of our life’s, we "leave" our parents who become older and slowly move to the outskirts of society. I was interested in telling this natural and simple story of change. In the center of the story is a woman who can't accept herself becoming irrelevant, so she does everything she can to fight it. Rachel, the main character, is a woman who lives in a fast pace digital world, which she doesn’t belong to, and she craves for human connection.