Israel 2016, 106 min, Hebrew and Russian, Hebrew & English subtitles
On December 2006, the body of Tair Rada was found inside the toilets at her school. A week later the police arrested Roman Zadorov, an immigrant who had worked there. After being interrogated intensively, he confessed to the murder. Even though Zadorov was convicted, many still believe he is innocent.
In 2012, a mysterious man came forward and told the police that his ex-girlfriend had confessed the murder to him and showed him a bag with a knife and clothes soaked in blood.
The movie embarks on a journey between conflicting narratives in order to examine if it is even possible to find the truth.
Production: Mika Timor, Ben Giladi, Yotam Guendelman
Production Company: Egg Productions
Editing: Gal Goffer
Cinematography: Eitan Hatuka
Research: Noa Alfia, Ari Pines, Yotam Guendelman
Soundtrack: Ronen Nagel
Music: Tom Darom, Assa Raviv
Israeli documentarist and journalist. He has worked as an editor and writer for Mako, Time Out and other print and digital media. "Shadow of Truth" is his first documentary project as a director, currently working on several others, all of which explore the boundaries between cinema and investigative journalism
director, screenwriter and producer, who directed numerous music videos and commercial. He directed the successful documentary series “Shadow of Truth” (Hot8, Netflix) and the short film “Cham” (Opening film of Tel Aviv film festival, Clermont-ferrand film festival). He is alumni of TA University's in humanities and arts.