Engaging with the world
| 89 minutes | 2016
A couple faces up to devastating revelations against the backdrop of a turbulent history in this drama whose power and poignancy comes from what is left unsaid. Despite their misfortunes, Yoel and Ewa, haunted by the Holocaust and dealing with a debilitating heart condition, live happily together — until the day Yoel discovers evidence of a property and a man he knew nothing about until then. Tabakman’s acclaimed second film employs taut minimalism and restrained performances to trace the fault lines in a love triangle set in 1970s Israel.With the support of CONSULATE GENERAL OF ISRAËL IN MONTREAL
Haim Tabakman Born in Be'er Sheva, Israel in 1975, he has worked in the film industry since 2006.Haim directs and edits documentaries, television shows, shorts and full length feature films. His first film "Eyes wide open" premiered at Cannes 2009. Wins Best Film MEDFILM Festival 2009, Winner of the 'John Schlesinger film debut novel' at Palm Springs Festival 2009, Winner of the Best Film Festival CapeWinelands 2009, and Best Film at Gent Film Festival 2009.
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