In a rain swept Tokyo, Eko complicates her life by publishing a 'Call For Dreams' ad in a newspaper. As strangers leave descriptions of dreams on her answering machine, a parallel police investigation of a murder in Tel Aviv unfolds.
In a rain drenched Tokyo, from a high rise apartment, Eko complicates her life by publishing a 'Call For Dreams' ad in the newspaper. With her scooter she visits strangers who leave descriptions of dreams on her analogue answering machine, and carries a task in relation to their recording as a form of fantasy deciphering ritual. Details accumulate to a network of dreams involving her neighbor, a Russian mobster and a female body builder, an elderly woman and an Israeli detective investigating a murder in Tel Aviv, in a story that unfolds in parallel lines.Written by
For the film Call For Dreams director Ran Slavin advertised an ad on social networks asking strangers to send him their dreams to base his film on. See more »
The horse dream scene was shot in underground 60 meter deep tunnels for 14 hours. See more »
This film was recommended to me by a friends, and I'm so glad I decided to watch it! Was a visually gorgeous film! The acting was flawless. The concept unique and intriguing. Big congrats to the filmmakers. Will be keeping my eye out for more of their work!
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