The Day After I'm Gone
Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival) • Drama
Yoram (Menashe Noy), a 50-year-old veterinarian living in Tel Aviv is forced to re-examine his relationship with his adolescent daughter Roni (Zohar Meidan) after she wishes to end her life. He decides to take her on a journey to visit her mother’s family, a process of self and mutual discovery in a primordial desert land enveloping the Dead Sea.
The directorial feature debut of Israeli filmmaker Nimrod Eldar, THE DAY AFTER I’M GONE had its world premiere at the Berlinale where it was hailed as a “thoughtful, quietly moving exploration of a troubled parent/child relationship” (Screen Daily).
DIRECTED BY NIMROD ELDAR
ISRAEL, FRANCE | 2019 | HEBREW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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