Israel 2018, 60 min, Hebrew, Hebrew & English subtitles
Patient-doctor relationships are always complex, but when the patient cannot talk or make decisions for himself it becomes particularly complicated. This is the everyday reality for the protagonists of this film: Ariella, a veterinarian, and Shmulik, the chief caretaker of a wildlife hospital. A parallel universe with its own questions and rules.
Through love and Sisyphean labor they try to treat their patients, as they are confronted with issues that are also applicable to life outside the clinic walls. Is every life a life worth living? When does help ultimately prolong the suffering? And most of all, when is the right moment to let go?
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Production: Sol Goodman
Production Company: Anemos Productions
Script: Danel Elpeleg, Uriel Sinai
Editing: Nili Feller
Cinematography: Uriel Sinai
Soundtrack: Aviv Aldema
Music: Ophir Leibovitch
Uriel Sinai is a claimed photojournalist, film director and cinematographer, winner of the World Press Photo Award for his work in the Middle East, and a Pulitzer Nominee in 2016. His first documentary "Numbered", co-directed with Dana Doron, won of the Silver Hugo Award from the Chicago Film Festival.
Danel Elpeleg graduated with excellence from Sam Spiegel film school in 2017 and has been working as an editor in documentary films and series since. Her short film "The inner side" screened at the Haifa film festival. "Wild" is her first feature film.