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Written and Directed by: Yehonatan Indursky

Nachman, an ultra-orthodox "Macher," and his childhood friend Shaie are driving around to solicit donations for Shaie, who is very ill. The rules are clear: all incomes are divided equally. The night turns into an existential journey between Orthodox Bnei- Brak and Secular Tel- Aviv, between life and death, despair and consolation.

30 min, fiction, 2011

Special Mention: The Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, 2011, Israel