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All of us face various physiological problems many times a day, whether with our children , or spouse, or colleagues, or just strangers in the street. So many of us are unhappy, just because we cannot get that the source of most troubles, disappointment and depression are caused by us and not the surroundings. The best Israeli physiological drama ever made centers round different patients who approach an experienced physiologist ( Asi Dayan is performing him fantastically) with their numerous problems. The patients have no idea where the physiologist will take them to, (i.e.the very intimate and dark corners of their soul, so roughly and toughly locked by them), how much relief and happiness and self confidence they can gain, once they follow their heart, and free their minds from strict barriers). The drama is strongly recommended to everyone, who is open to better himself, to find new horizons of his personality.
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