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A slice of life - day after day - in Haifa, where Moshe and Didi's marriage is on the rocks, affairs are casual, and Moshe's angst about health, his parents, sex, communication, and business... See more »

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Moshe
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Hanna
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Jules (as Juliano Mer)
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Didi
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Yussuf
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Grisha
Anne Petit-Lagrange ...
The Doctor
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Shmul
Gassan Abbas ...
Nadim
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Mimi
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Bank Teller
David Cohen ...
David
Aharon Milard ...
Man in Market
Yehuda Tzanaani ...
Cantor
Shukri Amara ...
Notary
Daniel Magen ...
Customer in Bank
Asia Lerner ...
Bar Person
Lilach Gavish ...
Bank Robber
Gil Tevet ...
Doctor's Husband
Meitar Shemesh ...
Doctor's Daughter
Ruben Elimelech ...
Customer in Bank
Clara Neuman ...
Customer in Bank
Ester Mermelstein ...
Customer in Bank
Irena Driglazner ...
Customer in Bank

Directed by

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Amos Gitai

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Jacky Cukier ... (writer)
 
Amos Gitai ... (writer)

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David Mandil ... producer
Ilan Moscovitch ... line producer
Eyal Shiray ... producer
Michael Tapuah ... producer
Laurent Truchot ... producer

Music by

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Phillip Kado

Cinematography by

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Renato Berta

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Nili Richter

Casting By

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Ilan Moscovitch

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Thierry François

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Gadi Nemet ... assistant director / first assistant director

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Israel David ... sound editor
Michel Kharat ... sound mixer
John Purcell ... sound designer
James Seddon ... dolby consultant
Sharon Shama ... sound editor
Alon Shapira ... boom operator
Jean-Paul Toraille ... sound recordist / sound

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Gaby Weismann ... second assistant camera

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Alex Claude ... music editor

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Plot Summary

A slice of life - day after day - in Haifa, where Moshe and Didi's marriage is on the rocks, affairs are casual, and Moshe's angst about health, his parents, sex, communication, and business are pervasive and existential. Moshe's mother is Jewish, his father an Arab; his father may or may not sell ancestral land; his wife and mistress have lovers, one is a close friend; much of Moshe's surroundings seem under construction or in renovation. A cousin watches a security monitor without comment. Is there allegory in this portrait of an anxious Israeli approaching middle age? Written by

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Also Known As
  • Tag für Tag (Germany)
  • Nap nap után (Hungary)
  • Giorno per giorno (Italy)
  • Mera me ti mera (Greece)
  • Dzien po dniu (Poland)
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  • 102 min
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