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Dir.: Dror Shaul | W.: Tomer Steinhof, Ronit Yudkevitch, Shai Avivi |
On a kibbutz in southern Israel in the 1970’s, Dvir Avni (12) realizes that his mother, Miri, is mentally ill. It is the year of the Bar Mitzvah, and Dvir and his classmates have to prove their compliance with the social standards of the Kibbutz, in a series of sometimes funny, sometimes frightening tasks. In this closed, unique community, bound by rigid rules, Dvir navigates between the kibbutz motto of equality and the stinging reality that his mother has, in effect, been abandoned by their collective community. (107 min., Heb., Eng. subt.)
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