DINJ

  • Documentary

  • Country of production: Israel

  • Year of production: 2016

  • Length: 54 minutes

  • Language: Hebrew (English subtitles)

 

Director, Cinematographer & Script: Arthur Abramov

Production: Osnat  Trabelsi

Editor: Gili Danon, Ayal Goldberg

Original Score: Ellyot

Synopsis:

The director, originally from Caucasus, follows Shalev, a teenager, since he was 10 to 15. During this significant period in his life, Shalev has to deal with the divorce of his parents who immigrated from Caucasus and are dealing with financial difficulties. 
He is torn between his need to remain a child and dealing with grownups problems.

Shalev’s father fights for a better future for his son and teaches him values in unorthodox yet creative ways. Shalev is moving to his mother's place following his sisters, but the price is distance from his father till the latter disappears. 

 

The director follows Shalev, a teenager, from age 10 to 15. During this significant period in his life, Shalev has to deal his parents' divorce, and the fact that his father is an ex prisoner, who's having trouble changing his ways.

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