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Directed by Yossi Madmoni

Israel | 102 minutes | 2011

Hebrew with English subtitles

Seventy-year-old Yaakov Fidelman (Sasson Gabai from MJFF 2010 film Hello, Goodbye) is thrown into turmoil after the sudden death of his long-time partner in a Tel Aviv antique restoration workshop. Just as his ambitious son Noah pressures him to sell the business and build an apartment complex on the site, a talented new assistant shows up, giving him hope. Anton has many secrets, yet he forms a bond with Yaakov that Noah finds as threatening as the flirtation between his very pregnant wife (Sarah Adler) and Anton. A complex character study that also displays great reverence for a very traditional profession, the film’s title resonates on several levels without providing easy answers.
Foreign Title Boker Tov Adon Fidelman
Director Yossi Madmoni
Countries of Production Israel
Year of Presentation 2011
Language(s) Hebrew with English subtitles
Premiere Status
Runtime 102 minutes
Principal Cast Henry David, Nevo Kimchi, Ruti Bornstein, Sarah Adler, Sasson Gabai

Winner of the Screenwriting Award at the Sundance Film Festival

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