“Or, My Big Weird Jewish Wedding.” – TimeOut
“Unique, idiosyncratic and spiritual.” - LA Times
“A brightly colored, often zany crowdpleaser… an open-hearted, humane film.” - NPR
On a rainy night in Tel Aviv, Rami decides to take the dog for a walk. Hours later, his wife Shir is woken by an angry neighbor who has their dog, but there is no sign of Rami. Shir is anxious, and over the course of the evening, she is visited by family, friends and police, as the truth behind their seemingly ideal relationship is revealed.
This dramatic thriller is filled with unreliable narrators and shocking revelations. Told over the course of one evening, we navigate twists and turns as the couple’s humiliating secrets come to the fore. Starring Tamar Alkan who was nominated for an Ophir
92 Mins/ Hebrew (English subtitles)
director — Evgeny Ruman
category — Bashert (Meant To Be)