Israel 2018, 52 min, Hebrew, Hebrew subtitles
Ido and Amalia Rosenblum’s father, Adam Baruch, was born to an orthodox family and became a central figure in Israel’s mass media culture. His intense lifestyle led to his untimely death, leaving his children with questions about the gap between their private dad and the gloomy public figure who had quite a few critics.
To answer these questions, they collected thousands of items from their father’s archive, and built a unique exhibition space, to which they invited key figures from Baruch’s life who help them piece together the different parts and create a more complete picture of their father.
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Production: Meital Cohen
Production Company: Ido Rosenblum Productions, Ltd
Script: Amalia Rosenblum
Editing: Gal Goffer
Cinematography: Itzik Portal
Research: Amalia Rosenblum, Inbar Livne
Music: Tal Matmor
Amalia Rosenblum is an award winning writer and screenwriter, a psychology PhD, and couples' therapist. Amalia wrote the series "The New Omri Gordon" with her brother Ido Rosenblum and Assaf Salmon, and the series "2.3 per week" with Shahar Berlovich. Amalia and Ido have other TV projects in development.
Ido Rosenblum is a FILM & TV screenwriter and director. In 2015 Ido co-created PLAN B (KESHET). Since 2012 Ido's developing TV formats in Israel and abroad (KI). In 2008 Ido wrote and directed for ERETZ NEHEDERT. in 2007 ido co-wrote and co-produced the film THE DEBT.