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Two Shot

Naomi Golan, daughter of producer and filmmaker Menachem Golan, travels to India following her father while he shoots “The Return from India” in hopes of repairing their troubled relationship. After many years of failed attempts, Naomi decides to talk to her father in the only language he understands – the language of film. She puts a camera in front of him, and through their meetings Naomi tries to understand the reasons behind this difficult relationship. Meanwhile Menachem begins to reveal his unique production methods, his dreams, and the difficulties he faces. Menachem’s total commitment to his movie despite his daughter’s attempts reveals the conflict between a career and family life, and between life and cinema.

Festivals and Awards:

New Jersey Celebration of Israeli film, 2010; Haifa International Film Festival, 2002

Director: Yoram Zak

Producer: Ram Baruch

Production Company: Baruch Production

Cinematographer: Elad Deby

Editor: Yoram Zak

Original Soundtrack: Dov Zeltzer, Shai Vardi, Yossi Ezer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications – Channel 8, Keshet

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: סרט מהחיים

Naomi Golan, daughter of producer and filmmaker Menachem Golan, travels to India following her father while he shoots “The Return from India” in hopes of repairing their troubled relationship. After many years of failed attempts, Naomi decides to talk to her father in the only language he understands – the language of film. She puts a camera in front of him, and through their meetings Naomi tries to understand the reasons behind this difficult relationship. Meanwhile Menachem begins to reveal his unique production methods, his dreams, and the difficulties he faces. Menachem’s total commitment to his movie despite his daughter’s attempts reveals the conflict between a career and family life, and between life and cinema.

Festivals and Awards:

New Jersey Celebration of Israeli film, 2010; Haifa International Film Festival, 2002

 

Director: Yoram Zak

Producer: Ram Baruch

Production Company: Baruch Production

Cinematographer: Elad Deby

Editor: Yoram Zak

Original Soundtrack: Dov Zeltzer, Shai Vardi, Yossi Ezer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications – Channel 8, Keshet

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: סרט מהחיים

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