EPILOGUE

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Hayuta and Berl, an elderly couple, find it hard to adjust to today’s Israel and to the social changes surrounding them. After years of struggle, the two refuse to let go of their communal dreams and of their revolutionary plans to build a welfare state in Israel. During a night of painful disillusionment, the two decide to leave their apartment for a last journey.

Festivals: 

Jeruzalem Film Festival – Best Actor, Best Actress, nominated for Best Israeli Feature; Bratislava International Film Festival – Best Actor, Best Film, nominated for Best Director.

Amir Manor

Amir Manor, director and scriptwriter, grew up in Rishon Lezion (Israel). At the age of 18 he went on a year’s service on behalf of a socialist youth movement. He took part in educational enterprises of the movement and in communal groups across Israel. At 25 he left the movement to Jerusalem, where he worked as a journalist at various magazines and newspapers. Amir is a graduate of the Film & Television Department at Tel Aviv University. His first film Reds won the first prize for the Best Drama at the Jerusalem Film Festival 2007. Epilogue is his first feature film.