What can a mother do for a young selfish and thoughtless son? Mrs. Hen\'s son gets indulged in a video game without eating and becoming more and more nervous. How would Mrs. Hen manage to educate her son properly? At Home with Mrs. Hen, the third animated short planned and directed by Tali, is a comical story about children\'s education through a single mom, Mrs. Hen\'s education for her son. The motherhood not to be instructive but to try to educate her ill-natured son in a proper way is quite touching, although the only line is \"cackle, cackle.\" (KIM Sunah)
Born in Buckingham, Quebec, in 1964, Tali studied graphic arts at Dawson College before heading to France to enroll at the École des beaux-arts de Perpignan. She eventually turned her attention to animation. She made her first animated short, Under the Weather, with drawings photocopied onto cells in 1997. In 2000, Tali directed Pirouette, a project that explores the peculiar relationship that city dwellers have with food. Under the Weather screened at over 40 international festivals, and Pirouette received a special international jury prize at the Hiroshima Festival.