2015, Colour, Germany, Israel, Nouvelle-Zélande, Focus on World Cinema


Production Team

Director : Dror Shaul

Screenwriter : Dror Shaul

Cinematographer : Sebastian Edschmid

Editor : Tom Eagles

Cast : Michelle Treves, Mali Levi Gershon, Alexander Fehling, Will Robertson, Shai Avivi, Idan Carmeli, Tara Melter, Yossi Marshak

Music : Joel Haines

Film production and Sales : Prod.: Chilik Michaeli, Avraham Pirchi, Tami Leon, Amir Feingold, Dror Shaul, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery, Andro Steinbom, Skady Lis, Minu Barati, Matthew Metcalfe, United Channels Movies, Yigal Alon 76, Tel Aviv 6706 701 (Israël), post@ucm-film.com / UCM.



It’s hard enough to be a teenager, working in the family Falafel food truck with her mother, who’s still grieving over her widowhood. But Nofar Azrian, 15, sells falafel to soldiers perpetually ready for war, and her hometown is the site of Israel’s secret nuclear weapons program. When a German international atomic inspector visits, the Israeli military sees a threat to national security, but Nofar sees a chance for her mother to fall in love again. Israel’s top brass brings its full weight to bear on the relationship, humiliating Nofar to get her to back down -- but they’ve never taken on a 15-year-old girl before.



Israeli filmmaker Dror Shaul wrote and directed his first medium-length film, Operation Grandma in 1999, and promptly won an Israeli Academy Award. He followed with his first feature, SIMA VAKNIN, A WITCH, in 2003, the same year he participated in the Sundance directors and screenwriters lab with Sweet Mud. The film won best film at the Israeli Academy Awards.



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