Cleaning Time

Over the past twenty-five years, The Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School has won 16 Best Film School Program awards in student film festivals; received 407 awards, including at Cannes, Berlin and Venice; and was honored with 183 international festival retrospectives in 55 countries, including in... Read More

Written and Directed by Alamork Marsha

Assegedu, a 40 year old Ethiopian woman, makes a living cleaning the homes of rich people. Her daughter Haile (17) joins her after school. One afternoon Assegedu and Haile find a microphone and play with it, listening to the sound of their voices. Soon enough things go wrong and Assegedu finds herself in a moral and economical dilemma that will decide her future and her relationship with her daughter.

16 min, fiction, 2013