When Eyal completes the traditional Jewish week of mourning for his late son, his wife urges him to return to their daily routine. Instead, he gets high with a young neighbour and sets out to discover that there are still things in his life worth living for.
- Gan Foundation Award - La Semaine de la Critique
- Best Israeli Feature, Best First Film, Best Script, FIPRESCI Award (Best Israeli Debut) - Jerusalem FF
- Breakthrough Audience Award First Runner-Up - AFI FEST
- Best Debut - UK International Jewish FF
- Special Jury Prize - Brussels Mediterranean FF
- Shai Avivi
- Evgenia Dodina
- Tomer Kapon
- Sharon Alexander
- Uri Gvariel
- Carmit Mesilati-Kaplan
- Alona Shauloff
- Asaph Polonsky
- Moshe Mishali
- Tali Halter Shenkar
- Tamar Aphek
- Ran Bagno
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A bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.
Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation [and] moments of stillness have real potency.
Born in Washington DC 1983, Asaph was raised In Israel where he directed, wrote and independently produced two shorts films ZIPPER and IN BED AT 10 P.M. Asaph also directed award-winning music videos, worked in various television projects and was awarded the Irwin and Sheila Allen Scholarship and an America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship. Asaph has recently graduated the director’s track at the AFI in Los Angeles and with his thesis film SAMNANG which received the prestigious Technicolor Student Grant. In 2016, his feature film ONE WEEK AND A DAY was selected for the Semaine de la Critique in Cannes.