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Tehilim ()


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A family in Jerusalem is torn apart by the mysterious disappearance of their father after a tragic car accident.

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Menachem
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Alma
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Eli
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Shmuel
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Aharon
Reut Lev ...
Deborah
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Yonathan Alster ...
David
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Orna
Dov Berkovitz ...
Rabbi
Avital Blum ...
Dvora's friend
Jonathan Carlsson ...
Sasha
Avi Elmalich ...
Military police patrol
Nir Farida ...
Meneghem's friend
Avia Gaon ...
Dvora's friend
Robert Hoening ...
Sergeant Kaufman
Daniel Krichmar ...
Family Friend
Lilach Man ...
Police woman
David Marziano ...
Worker in print house
Yossi Marziano ...
Worker in print house
Revital Regev ...
Doctor
Sandra Schonwald ...
Police investigator
Aner Sherman ...
Yona
Naomi Tzvick ...
Grandmother

Directed by

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Raphaël Nadjari

Written by

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Ozancan Kubilay ... (writer)
 
Raphaël Nadjari ... ()
 
Vincent Poymiro ... ()

Produced by

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Frédéric Bellaïche ... producer
Geoffroy Grison ... producer
Noah Harlan ... co-producer
David Nadjari ... associate producer
Marek Rozenbaum ... producer
Itai Tamir ... producer

Music by

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Nathaniel Méchaly

Cinematography by

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Laurent Brunet

Film Editing by

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Sean Foley

Editorial Department

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Godefroy Fouray ... colorist

Casting By

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Amit Berlowitz

Art Direction by

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Benny Afar
Dror Sarogati

Costume Design by

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Ori Giladi

Makeup Department

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Lilach Man ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Tom Ashuach ... unit production manager (as Tom Ashouah)
Anat Shafranek ... unit production manager
Meir Tetzet ... production manager (as Meir Tezet)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Frédéric-Guillaume Lefebvre ... first assistant director
Orna Lipkind ... second second assistant director
Amotz Zvick ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Eti Kalderon ... credits designer
Dror Sarogati ... set designer

Sound Department

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Nevo BenKnaan ... boom operator
Tuli Chen ... sound mixer / sound
Chen Harpaz ... sound design mixer
Hae Kyong Harpaz ... foley artist
Lee Zohar ... mix assistant

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Godefroy Fouray ... digital colorist
Steve Shaw ... post production consultant

Camera and Electrical Department

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Amit Berlowitz ... still photographer
Adi Borkin ... lighting technician
Roee Farag ... first assistant camera (as Roi Faragh)
Uri Liphshin ... first lighting assistant
Idan Or ... first assistant camera
Moshe Shabbat ... grip (as Moshe Shabat)
David Stragmeister ... focus puller
Orion Szydel ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Liz Hagag ... wardrobe

Music Department

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Shai Gabriel ... music recording engineer

Transportation Department

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Eli Moalem ... transportation
David Sofer ... transportation

Other crew

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Aviad Aloni ... production assistant
Xavier Barbereau ... post production accountant
Amit Berlowitz ... making-of
Daniel Coss ... water girl
Monica Donati ... press representative
Ishai Revkin ... production assistant
Rony Sasson ... script supervisor

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In contemporary Jerusalem, a small Jewish family leads an ordinary life until following a car accident, the father mysteriously disappears. They all deal with his absence and the difficulties of everyday life as best they can. While the adults take refuge in silence or traditions, the two children, Menachem and David, seek their own way to find their father... Written by NMH

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Also Known As
  • Tehilim - Spurlos verschwunden (Germany)
Runtime
  • 96 min
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Budget EUR600,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Michael Moshonov, who stars in the film, is the son of Israeli actor Moni Moshonov. Both this film and We Own the Night (2007), in which Moni appears, were selected for competition at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. Thus, father and son have films competing against each other. See more »

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