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The Man in the Wall (2015)

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One night. One apartment. One missing person. Rami takes his dog on a walk and does not return. He disappeared. His wife, Shir, is clueless as to his whereabouts. Different people come in ... See full summary »

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Evgeny Ruman

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Evgeny Ruman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tamar Alkan ... Shir
Tom Antopolsky Tom Antopolsky ... Ella
Shlomi Avraham Shlomi Avraham ... Young Policeman
Yoav Donat Yoav Donat ... Dudi
Eli Gorenstein ... Doron (as Eli Gornstein)
Gilad Kahana ... Rami
Rodia Kozlovski Rodia Kozlovski ... Tommy (as Rodie Kozlovsky)
Alit Kreiz Alit Kreiz ... Shir's Mother
Roi Miller Roi Miller ... Nadav
Ruth Rasiuk Ruth Rasiuk ... Adi
Ze'ev Shimshoni Ze'ev Shimshoni ... Neighbor (as Zev Shimshoni)
Amitai Yaish Amitai Yaish ... Policeman (as Amitay Yaish Benuosilio)
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One night. One apartment. One missing person. Rami takes his dog on a walk and does not return. He disappeared. His wife, Shir, is clueless as to his whereabouts. Different people come in and out of the apartment during that night - each for their own reasons. Could one of them hold the key to the mystery? Written by United Channels Movies

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One night. One apartment. One missing person.

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Drama | Thriller

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Israel

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Hebrew

Release Date:

1 February 2018 (Israel) See more »

Also Known As:

Haish Shebakir See more »

Filming Locations:

Tel Aviv, Israel

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Movie for dialogue-loving people
1 June 2016 | by felixfreySee all my reviews

Great movie. Very dialogue-based, the whole story develops through words. This fact doesn't make the movie boring or slow but adds to its intensity, since the viewer is always forced to focus on the people in the movie. There is no escape from the human interaction here, the viewer is being left alone with the humans in the movie and their utterances, putting piece by piece together just like the protagonist herself.

Almost all talks are dialogues, it's rare that there are more than two people in the room. This adds to the intensity of the interactions displayed. Well scripted!

It's great to watch the movie in Hebrew with subtitles to feel the Israeli vibe more.


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