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Frozen Days (2005)

Yamim Kfuim (original title)
A lonely young woman survives a suicide bombing and assumes the identity of one of its victims. As she moves into his apartment her grip on reality starts to crack.


Danny Lerner


Danny Lerner
1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »


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Credited cast:
Anat Klausner ... Meow
Sandra Sade ... Neighbor
Uli Sternberg Uli Sternberg ... Nahman
Pini Tavger ... Alex Kaplan
Maor Cohen ... The Partygoer
Olga Sorkine Olga Sorkine ... Nurse
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alon Lerner Alon Lerner ... Hospital Nurse
Assaf Rav Assaf Rav ... Police Officer
Martin Umanski Martin Umanski
Pablo Utin Pablo Utin ... Man at Club


Meow is a young woman roaming the streets and nightclubs of Tel Aviv. She lives in empty apartments and surfs the internet chat rooms. She decides to meet Alex, her chat buddy. They plan to meet in a nightclub but a suicide bombing prevents their meeting. She survives the attack and after she finds Alex in the hospital, in a coma, she moves into his empty apartment. Gradually, the tenants start referring to her as Alex, and as she assumes his identity, she finds herself sinking into a dangerous and deluded reality. Written by official summary

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Official Sites:

Les Acacias [France]





Release Date:

24 August 2006 (Israel) See more »

Also Known As:

Frozen Days See more »

Filming Locations:

Tel Aviv, Israel


Box Office


$25,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs



Black and White | Color (one scene)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Despite a very minimal budget and hardly any support from the Israeli Film Fund, the movie won top prize for a feature film in the 2005 Haifa International Film Festival. The prize was worth 110,000 NIS. See more »


References Psycho (1960) See more »

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Darkness, cellphones and bandages
7 October 2006 | by wujekromanSee all my reviews

Saw it on the Warsaw International Film Festival, having seen no Israeli films before and known nothing about what to expect. What I saw and felt reminded me much of Christopher Nolan's "Following" (both of these films are debuts) though the director denied it being any inspiration for him and put Brian De Palma and Roman Polanski's work instead. What got me most impressed was that the entire crew, including fantastic first-timer Anat Klausner, had no experience in making feature films before.

Meow is a lonely young girl who has a bad day. Her potential trip buyer turns out to be an annoying bloke who talks her into giving him an example of her stock and doesn't pay for it. The guy who recommended her to him doesn't want to let her in. Her motorbike gets stolen. And she's lonely. She finally gets to set up a date with the only man she feels like talking to - a chat-mate called Zero. The date ends up without her even seeing his face which however doesn't prevent her of kind of fall in love with him. But things go wrong. From then on the atmosphere gets more and more dense and dark. Meow takes up on Zero's life even against her own will and strange, Lynch-like things begin to happen.

The film is beautifully shot in B/W and I have to admit the only colour scene is striking, however unoriginal may the idea itself be. The cast can't be complained about, the highlight being mentioned Anat Klausner, who almost doesn't disappear from the screen. The film surely has it flaws - one can point a few plot holes or such, but those can be freely forgiven for the overall entertainment and atmosphere the film provides. A high-quality debut that deserves a ten.

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