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Cold Feet (2006)

Seret hatuna (original title)
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To get Married or Not! Is it just cold feet or a moment of truth - as the bride did not show to the ceremony, what should the groom do? Will they turn the situation for a true promising future?

Director:

Doron Eran

Writers:

Uri Adelman (book), Uri Adelman | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ron Shahar ... Groom
Hilla Vidor ... Bride
Iris Pen Iris Pen ... Iris
Tzion Baruch ... Shay
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Iris Barnea Iris Barnea ... The Groom's Mam
Gilles Ben-David Gilles Ben-David ... French Waiter (as Jil Ben David)
Dvir Benedek ... Ilan
Riki Blich
Florence Bloch
Chaim Elmakias Chaim Elmakias ... Photographer
Doron Eran Doron Eran ... (voice)
Hila Eran Hila Eran ... The Groom's Sister
Ilana Lalchok Ilana Lalchok ... Michal
Amos Lavi
Oded Leopold Oded Leopold ... Barman
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A crowded wedding and the groom is waiting, the parents and their guests are waiting, but the bride is not arriving. Meanwhile, the lonely bride sits in a small café and unable to get up and go commit to her choice of heart. While the groom takes off in a car and touring the city for an answer the bride is explains herself to the waiter and waitress how just want to close the café and go home. Written by Mor Danon

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

Israel

Language:

French | Hebrew

Release Date:

19 March 2009 (Israel) See more »

Also Known As:

Raglayim Karot See more »

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Production Co:

Pennylane Production See more »
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Color
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What Fun ! !(And Much for Thought)
30 December 2010 | by film_ophileSee all my reviews

I don't understand it, but this film appears to be the same one as the 2006 "Cold Feet" or "A Wedding Film." I reviewed it on the IMDb page for "A Wedding Film." here's my review:

I missed this when it played at The Boston Jewish Film Fest, but luckily, I was able to get the DVD through my Minuteman Library Network (in MA, USA).

Though I was intrigued by the opening scene, it took a few minutes before i was hooked, but soon i was smiling and the smile pretty much stayed there.The premise is a bride who, on her way to her evening wedding, gets cold feet and spends a lot of the film ruminating and talking with the 2 employees of a closed coffee shop, while her Love deals with her not showing up. In addition to the main bride/groom plot, there are a number of other couple conversations that reflect many different kinds of relationships and create a much richer experience. The story is compelling, the direction is tight and the actors are all perfect in their parts. Finally, it is the warmth and authenticity of the two leads that take the well written screenplay to the heights of a fully realized, touching ,charming and thought provoking experience. With a story just quirky enough, i believed it all and enjoyed myself immensely.


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