Portret (2006)

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An encounter between Jonathan, a shy young man, and Alex, an aging painter, which will change both their lives forever. Between the walls of the studio stretch lines of love, beauty and death.

Director:

Tomer Bahat

Writer:

Tomer Bahat (screenwriter)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Daniel Sapir Daniel Sapir ... Yonatan
Yossi Yablonka Yossi Yablonka ... Alex
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Storyline

Alex, an aging painter, invites Jonathan, a young man, to paint his portrait. They have breakfast together in the studio. They start working, and Jonathan has trouble modeling. Alex instructs him using an old self-portrait. Alex goes to the bathroom. Jonathan discovers a pile of homosexual drawings. He examines himself in the mirror, while Alex secretly watches. Alex talks about his childhood in the Kibbutz. He reveals that he is a homosexual. Jonathan denies any such tendencies. Alex persuades Jonathan to model in the nude. They move to the sofa, where Alex becomes bolder in his advances. Alex goes to bring a towel, and examines his wrinkles in the mirror, emotionally stirred. He returns and tries to force himself unto Jonathan. They fight and Jonathan escapes, leaving Alex alone. Written by Tomer Bahat

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An artist. A muse. Love, Beauty and Death.

Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

Israel

Language:

Hebrew

Filming Locations:

Tel Aviv, Israel

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The film is dedicated to the memory of Yossi Yablonka, who played the role of Alex, the painter, and died after filming, without having seen the finished work. See more »

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