Israel 2022, 65 min, Hebrew, English subtitles

Diana, Ilana, Rona, Shelly, Rucha and Liat openly speak about their life in prostitution: from the initial lure, through learning the rules, to survival strategies.
They present stories of independence, resourcefulness, pain and trauma, expressing an extreme feminine and human experience. Michaela (pseudonym) – a young woman currently engaged in prostitution, sounds off on the struggle to survive, turning her cellphone camera into a weapon. The women challenge what is expected of them – to be ashamed and conceal themselves.

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Screening Schedule:
  • Mon 30.05 | 19:00 | Cinematheque 1 | Filmmaker Present
  • Fri 03.06 | 14:30 | Cinematheque 4 | Filmmaker Present

Tamar Yarom - Director and screenwriter.
Graduate of the London Film School & BA in Psychology - The Hebrew University.
Among her films:
"To See if I'm smiling" - Winner of IDFA, jury award at HOTDOCS, Best Documentary at Haifa Film Festival.
"The Pracht Inn" - Feature film , and "Sob Skirt" - Drama Award at Haifa Festival

Production: David Noy, Yoram Ivry
Production Company: Cinemax Productions Ltd
Script: Tamar Yarom
Editing: Neta Dvorkis & Ronit Porat
Cinematography: Talia (Tulik) Galon
Research: Rina Shatil, Jonathan Avrahami, Loren Milk
Sound Design: Rotem Dror

Source: Cinemax Productions Ltd

Supporters & Broadcasters: Yes Docu, The New Fund for Cinema and TV, Mifal HaPayis

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