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Yamim Kfuim ()


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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.

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Meow
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Neighbor
Uli Sternberg ...
Nahman
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Alex Kaplan
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The Partygoer
Olga Sorkine ...
Nurse
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Alon Lerner ...
Hospital Nurse
Assaf Rav ...
Police Officer
Martin Umanski
Pablo Utin ...
Man at Club

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Danny Lerner

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Danny Lerner ... ()

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Ehud Bleiberg ... executive producer
Edouard Douek ... executive producer
Alon Lerner ... producer
Danny Lerner ... producer
Zevulun Mosheashvili ... co-producer
Assaf Rav ... line producer

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Tomer Ran

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Ram Shweky

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Tal Keller

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Itay Halevi ... sound designer

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Danil Burobin ... gaffer

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Shani Melamed ... script editor

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Plot Summary

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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Also Known As
  • Frozen Days (World-wide, English title)
  • Frozen Days (France)
  • Meres pagonias (Greece)
  • Fagyos napok (Hungary)
  • Zamrozone dni (Poland)
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  • 90 min
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Budget $25,000 (estimated)

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Trivia 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 »
Movie Connections References Psycho (1960). See more »

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