1973. Six years after returning from the Six Day War with a battle shock, Menashe realizes he will never be the man he used to be before the war. He can’t communicate with his surroundings, and spends his days driving away in his red track for long hours. The young family he created collapses due to his lack of communication with his wife, Daphna, and their little son, Shlomi.
At a time when PTSD is still not recognized as a medical condition, Daphna, his wife, struggles to get help from the military in order to maintain her husband’s last bits of sanity, while 10 year-old Shlomi tries to understand what happened to his father and why he is different.
Cast: Amos Tamam, Adva Bole, Roy Fink. Eran Ivanir, Ben Sela, Yahav Sabag, Michal Levi, Shalom Korem, Yael Yekel, Shai Zabib, Tom Kroitero
Directors & Producers: Erez Mizrahi & Sahar Shavit
Produced with the help of: Makor foundation for Israeli film, Israel film fund.
Screenplay: Erez Mizrahi & Sahar Shavit
Cinematographer: Tomer Moneta
Editor: Erez Mizrahi
Sound designer: Yossi Appelbaum
Running Time: 110 min
Genre: Drama | History | War
Language: Hebrew with English subtitles
Winner Best European Feature Film, Tirana International Film Festival, 2017 Winner Best Narrative Feature Film Award, Somerville Int’l Film Festival, 2017 Winner Best Actress Award, Shanghai Int’l Film Festival,
2017 Winner of the Best Narrative Feature Film Award, Sydney World Film Festival, 2017