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In present day Jerusalem, a city increasingly dominated by religious fanaticism, Naomi, a secular young woman seeks refuge from the pressure of her life as a concert pianist. Overwhelmed by... See more »

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Ludi Boken
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Naomi Sarid
Tom Chodorov ...
Ultra-Orthodox Bully
Aviv Elkabeth ...
Ultra-Orthodox Bully
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Traffic Inspector
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Mrs. Gombrowicz
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Jehudit
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Yoav Levi
Lior Lifshitz ...
Simcha
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Fabrizio
Moshe Naor
Susannah Papianama ...
Ultra-Orthodox Mother
Alex Sandrovich
Roni Toren
Michael Warshaviak
Yossi Yarom ...
Ultra-Orthodox Bully
Lavi Zitner

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Eitan Anner

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Eitan Anner ... ()

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Leon Edery ... producer
Moshe Edery ... producer
Moshik Faran ... producer
Maya Fischer ... supervising producer
Gal Greenspan ... producer
Roi Kurland ... producer
Noa Osheroff ... supervising producer

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Jonathan Bar-Giora

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Moshe Mishali

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Yael Hersonski
Maya Keller
Yoav Raz

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Yoav Raz ... colorist

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Hagar Brotman

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Rona Doron

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Ami Arad ... sound

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Rafi Jacobs ... second assistant camera

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In present day Jerusalem, a city increasingly dominated by religious fanaticism, Naomi, a secular young woman seeks refuge from the pressure of her life as a concert pianist. Overwhelmed by the expectations of her parents and her colleagues in Tel Aviv, Naomi seeks anonymity and solitude in the ancient city. Despite her intentions to stay alone, however, Naomi quickly makes two unexpected connections- one with a musically gifted Ultra-Orthodox young boy who lives in her building and the other, with Fabrizio, a charismatic Italian monk and organist. While these relationships allow Naomi to reconnect with her love of music and sense of meaning, they also make her a target in her new community. Faced with escalating isolation and violence, Naomi must learn to use music as a bridge to overcome towering religious barriers. Written by Green Productions

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Also Known As
  • Lev Shaket Meod (Israel, Hebrew title)
  • A Quiet Heart (World-wide, English title)
  • Spokojne serce (Poland)
  • A Quiet Heart
  • Csendes szív (Hungary)
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  • 92 min
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