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The House on Fin Street

The House on Fin Street

Dina falls in love with Avinoam. She decides to abandon her mother, leave her job and relocate from the southern town of Be’er Sheba to Tel Aviv, to live with him. However, underneath the veil of what seems to be a love story, reality slowly reveals itself as a horrific play in which she must portray the role of a woman-prostitute. She is stripped of her freedom, her body is enslaved, her soul is trampled upon, and she becomes a part of the drug and prostitution scene in the old central bus station in Tel Aviv.
Dina’s fate troubles Avinoam, and he reevaluates his decisions and actions. He is torn between his emotions, which are trying to break through the wall he has been building around him for year, and a violent and dangerous system that devours its victims.
He realizes that he must make a choice.

Festivals and Awards:

Haifa International Film Festiva, Israel, 2021

Director: Amir Manor

Producer: Haim Mecklberg, Estee Yacov-Mecklberg, Tony Copti, Jiries Copti, Tomer Mecklberg, Igal Mugrabi, Moshe Edery

Cinematographer: Guy Raz

Editor: Iris Ozer

Soundtrack Editor: Uri Chechick, Shahaf Vagshel

Original Soundtrack: Karni Postel

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, United King

Cast: Nika Bak, Imri Biton, Reymonde Amsallem, Rami Heuberger

Script: Amir Manor

Distributor: 2TEAM, Fresco Films

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: הבית ברחוב פין

Dina falls in love with Avinoam. She decides to abandon her mother, leave her job and relocate from the southern town of Be’er Sheba to Tel Aviv, to live with him. However, underneath the veil of what seems to be a love story, reality slowly reveals itself as a horrific play in which she must portray the role of a woman-prostitute. She is stripped of her freedom, her body is enslaved, her soul is trampled upon, and she becomes a part of the drug and prostitution scene in the old central bus station in Tel Aviv.
Dina’s fate troubles Avinoam, and he reevaluates his decisions and actions. He is torn between his emotions, which are trying to break through the wall he has been building around him for year, and a violent and dangerous system that devours its victims.
He realizes that he must make a choice.

Festivals and Awards:

Haifa International Film Festiva, Israel, 2021

 
The House on Fin Street

Director: Amir Manor

Producer: Haim Mecklberg, Estee Yacov-Mecklberg, Tony Copti, Jiries Copti, Tomer Mecklberg, Igal Mugrabi, Moshe Edery

Cinematographer: Guy Raz

Editor: Iris Ozer

Soundtrack Editor: Uri Chechick, Shahaf Vagshel

Original Soundtrack: Karni Postel

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, United King

Cast: Nika Bak, Imri Biton, Reymonde Amsallem, Rami Heuberger

Script: Amir Manor

Distributor: 2TEAM, Fresco Films

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: הבית ברחוב פין

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