Gili has a clear standpoint, and an agenda when it comes down to the sexual crimes. No matter who it is, she acts with firm resolution. She faces an unexpected problem when her brother Ido gets suspended from school for a similar violation. This pushes every measure and endeavor she has ever put forth to its limit, and she chooses an extreme measure. Will her brother Ido (or the audience) will be able to understand her? This film has been much talked about at many prestigious film festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival. [AHN Boyoung]
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Michael GASSNERMichael GASSNER
Originally from Jerusalem in 1988, Michal GASSNER volunteered in Haiti and Nepal’s post-earthquake efforts. After returning to Israel, she published stories concerning Nepal, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and other social-economic issues for via Israeli news and the Israeli Alternative Information Center. She also facilitated film making for girls at risk by creating projects for them. During her studies, Michal spent one year in Burundi, East-Africa, where she participated in establishing a community development project; she is currently the program manager of the Burundi project. Big Sister is her Graduation film.