Ron a handsome Israeli gay man wants a kiss on his birthday. When he tries to get it from Sahar, a beautiful blonde hustler in a black leather jacket things don't go quite as planned.

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Yechiel Elkabetz ...
Ron
Asi Cogan ...
Sahar
Hofesh Shechter ...
Eran
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Kiosk Worker
Yaron Ashkenazi ...
Adi
Eyal Rob ...
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Keren Peretz ...
Girl in a video store
Bath Sheva Grabelski ...
Mom
Isabelle Strovice ...
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Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection. The lovers, the dreamers and me." Send Me An Angel is a snapshot of 24 hours in the life of Ronny, a hopeless romantic who spends his 30th birthday looking for love in all the wrong places. Ronny is still carrying a torch for his ex-boyfriend, who extinguishes any remaining embers of hope when he shows up to say he is moving to America to be with his new lover. When Ronny places an ad on a chat line looking for masculine "army-types", a blond, twink hustler named Sahar answers his call. Sahar doesn't quite match the profile Ronny was looking for and he kicks him out of his apartment without so much as cab fare home. Fate intervenes and the two bump into each other later in the evening at an outdoor rave where a friend of Sahar tries to rough up Ronny over their earlier misadventure. The mismatched pair spend the evening wandering the streets together and Sahar once again ends up on Ronny's doorstep. What follows is an intimate insight ... Written by Inside out gay and lesbian film festival 2003

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Single gay man turns 30
31 March 2004 | by (NYC/FL) – See all my reviews

Ronny has just broken up with his boyfriend and it's his 30th birthday. When he decides to "rent" himself a birthday present, Sahar, the guy who shows up doesn't match his printed description and Ronny sends him on his way without so much as cab fare.

Later he goes out and crosses paths with the boy that he's turned away and several of his bigger more aggressive friends. When the lad that he spurned actually comes to his aid, Ronny decides that first glances may be deceiving and through spending a bit of time with Sahar learns that he may not know what he really wants or needs.

At 46 minutes this isn't really a feature and it shows the marks of being a student film but overall its enjoyable and the dialogue and plot is much better than most of these types of first films. I'd recommend it.


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