95-year-old Shudia is waiting for her death. When Meir, her son, opens up an old wound- the kidnapping of her eldest daughter- an unusual portrait, replete with both humor and pain, reveals an ongoing inter-generational conflict.
A Train To The Horizon
Following a dream of a train storming out from the yard of her grandmother's housing project, Sharon arrives at the picturesque town Ofakim. Upon her arrival, a surprising, difficult and moving reality is revealed.
On the bus line that crosses Dormagen an entire social microcosm unfolds, depicting the story of post-immigration Germany. From refugees who have just arrived to native Germans, all are destined to travel in the same metal pipe, creating a forced intimacy.
The Bride's Tree
Twelve-year-old Murhaf is put in charge of watching over a 400-year-old tree. Life in the village unfolds beneath the oak, mixing stories of loss and love.
Newly repatriated from Russia, Manya tries to build a relationship with Erez, a native-born Israeli Jew. But to be with him she must first undergo the process of 'Giyur', and convert to Judaism.