Festivals & Awards:
The Film is Supported by:
Efrat Ben Zur
Metro Communications – David Silber
United King Films – Moshe & Leon Edri
Ronen Ben Tal – Plan B Productions
Vandertastic Films – Haneke Van der Tas
Opus Films - Ewa Puszcynska
Les Films du Lendemain – Kristina Larson
Yoel and Eva have been happily married for many years.
Eva is a holocaust survivor and suffers from a heart condition.
When Eva's health deteriorates, Yoel sells off his business and commits to her care. Now that he has the time, he decides to organize his back yard shed.
Looking through old documents, Yoel stumbles upon a bank document informing him of a lien on a piece of property he owns, a property Yoel knows nothing about. When he addresses the bank in the matter, he is told that he should ask his wife since she is signed on the purchase document.
Yoel, not wanting to burden Eva, decides to find out for himself what the property is used for.
This decision will change both their lives forever.
Tokyo International Film Festival 2016
Haifa International Film Festival 2017
Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts – Cinema Project
Polish Film Institute