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13th(2011)



Thicker than Water

Mor YOGEV

  • Israel
  • 2010
  • 20min
  • Beta
  • color
  • 드라마

Ruth is a woman in her forties, living alone peacefully. Her brothers suddenly visit her house. Her eldest brother asks her to let her second eldest brother, who has no place to go, stay at her place for a while. But there is something weird about the big brother asking a favor, the other speechless brother and Ruth looking uneasy and upset as well.


 

 

Ruth is a woman in her forties, living alone peacefully. Her brothers suddenly visit her house. Her eldest brother asks her to let her second eldest brother, who has no place to go, stay at her place for a while. But there is something weird about the big brother asking a favor, the other speechless brother and Ruth looking uneasy and upset as well. Though the movie does not suggest it directly, it is likely that Ruth has been sexually molested by her second brother and the incident hasn’t vanished from her memory. She ends up living with the assailant in the same house. The movie does not stop in just giving shape to her trauma and terror. The virtue of this movie lies in making Ruth look into her subtle feelings that she faces while sharing everyday life with the perpetrator, particularly her inner side which is not freed from the fetters of the past, not a grudge against him. (NAM Da-eun)

Director

  • Mor YOGEVMor YOGEV

    Born in Tel Aviv in 1983. Prior to her studies at the Sam Spiegel School, Mor YOGEV learned psychology in the Open University of Israel and worked as a clown. She began her studies at the Sam Spiegel Film & TV School, Jerusalem, in 2004. Thicker than Water is her graduation film.

Credit

  • ProducerEleanor HAZAN
  • Cast Hanna Azulai HASPARI, Dov NAVON, Hezi SADDIK
  • Screenwriter Mor YOGEV
  • Cinematography Yarden KARMIN
  • Editor Eddie TAER
  • Music Asher GOLDSCHMIDT
  • Sound Lior ALASHECH