An Israeli man returns to Israel after 10 years in America. An encounter with a childhood friend and his future wife will change everyone’s lives. A story set between a flower shop and an ancient monastery, a swimming pool and the Mediterranean Sea, life and death – and somewhere in the middle. After the success of The Cakemaker, writer/director Ofir Raul Graizer returns with an affectionate tribute to 60s and 70s cinema in a film full of emotion, color and fragrance that pays homage to values such as friendship, love and moral responsibility.
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The Closing Night reception of the 20th Austin Jewish Film Festival will be on November 13 from 7:00-7:45PM at Shalom Austin before the film showtime. This features vegetarian food, free drinks, and music; all included with your purchase of an event ticket, or possession of a pass.
WHY WE LIKE THIS FILM: The new, sophomore film from the director of the multi-award winning film “The Cakemaker.” A well told tale of friendship, love, loss, and responsibility that takes place in Israel and Chicago. Director Ofir Raul Grazier will be at the festival to present the film as our closing night event.
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RUN TIME: 127 Minutes
LANGUAGE(S): Hebrew, English
PREMIERE STATUS: US Premiere
DIRECTOR(S):Ofir Raul Graizer
SCREENWRITER(S):Ofir Raul Graizer
CAST:Oshrat Ingadashet, Michael Moshonov, Ofri Biterman, Moni Moshonov