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Avraham, a middle-class man in his fifties, wakes up one night with a pain in his chest, causing him to reckon with his own impending mortality. A realistic tragedy about love, numbness and the grayness of life.
- Duration: 19 Min.
- Film School: Sapir College – School of Audio and Visual Arts
Meet the director
Michal Hajaj was born and raised in a working-class neighborhood in Israel. She recently completed her BFA at The School of Audio and Visual Arts in Sapir College. There, she directed and wrote both fiction and documentary films dealing with the beauty and ugliness of everyday life and the fine line between comedy and tragedy. During her studies she also produced short films including POISON (2014) directed by Ronny Reinharz which screened at festivals around the world and won different awards.