Wednesday, Mar 10, 2021
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Here We Are
Aharon has devoted his life to raising his autistic son Uri, giving up his marriage and his career along the way,. The trade-off has been worth it: the two live together in a quiet routine that suits them both. But Uri is a young adult now, and his mother is pushing for him to live in a group home with people his own age - a plan Aharon vehemently disagrees with. Here We Are is what happens next: a touching road trip/buddy film that is all about growing up and letting go.
Nominated for 10 Ophirs (Israeli Academy Awards), including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor
Runtime: 94 minutes
Rating: not rated
Director: Nir Bergman
Screenwriter: Dana Idisis
Man On The Bus
Eve Ash grew up in suburban postwar Melbourne, the second daughter of Holocaust survivors who’d lost their whole families in the war, and emigrated to Australia to make a new life. From her earliest days, Eve was plagued by the feeling that she was “different” from her family, that she was part of a puzzle whose pieces didn’t quite fit. Part detective story, part psychological study, part loving tribute to the man who brought Eve up (and the father who did not), MAN ON THE BUS is one woman’s journey to connect the dots of her own identity.
Runtime: 84 minutes
Director: Eve Ash
Screenwriter: Eve Ash, James Carr
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