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Noa

Noa is a lonely single mother looking for a job. She hopes Yair, a family man and the vice president of a successful company, could help. But sometimes Interests turn into feelings.

Death of the Official

The superstitious official finds out from a fortune teller, who he knows, that he gets to live only until sunset. But he has a chance to take all his wealth with him, if he buries himself with all of it in the special place. The official is not a Pharaoh, but he is sure that the proverb "You can't bring everything that you own with you to the afterlife" is definitely not about him.

The Light

A young man turns towards the Sun, but his shadow falls in front of him. He tries to correct this mistake, confronting his inner darkness.

I Need the Handshakes

Neither in her young years, nor now has Tacciana run barefoot through the sweet-scented meadow near her house, swum in the river flowing nearby, hugged and kissed her lover… A 92-year old Valiantsina, being in the latter years of her life, opens the worn-out notebooks of her daughter in a remote village, and together we go on a journey to the unknown world of the person who is abandoned and forgotten.

FIFTY-FIFTY

At times, the things you experience with Milan are magical. But really not always. More often they are catastrophic, or at least the beginning of a catastrophe. When he asked me to help him get two furnaces from Belgrade, our friendship was facing a serious test once more.

Alive

Victoria is disabled and she yearns after intimacy and her assistant Ida offers to help by making a Tinder profile. Victoria gets a match but the guy she is matching with is very shady and Ida gets worried what might happen if they meet and she is not there.

Lost Rabbit

Depressed since the death of his wife, Jef no longer goes out. Then, one weekend, his goddaughter, Lili, entrusts him with her little rabbit, Jacques. But when Jacques takes off, who would have imagined that Jef’ life would get yet more complicated?

Lines

'' We humans are like trees, rooted in the earth at one end, reaching out to the sky at the other. The height we will achieve depends on the strength of our root system. Pluck the tree from the root and the leaves will wither, pluck the man from the root and his spirituality will become a lifeless abstraction''. Alexander Lowen

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