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Where’s My Stuff

The loneliness and solitude of the individual within his family is exposed through the relationship between the director and his elderly mother.
The mother suffers from a severe case of obsessive hoarding. The situation worsens when a Palestinian carpenter from East Jerusalem warms his way into the heart and daily life of the mother and causes turmoil within the already crumbling family unit. The family must pull together to try and rescue the mother from her self-destructive tendencies.
Where’s My Stuff documents the stubborn argumentative reality of a family that is capable of showing warmth and compassion at the same time.
The line between parent and child becomes blurred as the story unfolds and the film pushes boundaries and raises questions about ageing, honor and voyeurism.

Festivals and Awards:

The Haifa International Film Festival, Israel, 2011

Director: Zohar Kaniel

Producer: Zohar Kaniel

Production Company: Here and Now Films

Cinematographer: Zohar Kaniel

Editor: Nadav Harel

Original Soundtrack: Niv Golan

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Noga Communications - Channel 8

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: איפה הדברים שלי

The loneliness and solitude of the individual within his family is exposed through the relationship between the director and his elderly mother.
The mother suffers from a severe case of obsessive hoarding. The situation worsens when a Palestinian carpenter from East Jerusalem warms his way into the heart and daily life of the mother and causes turmoil within the already crumbling family unit. The family must pull together to try and rescue the mother from her self-destructive tendencies.
Where’s My Stuff documents the stubborn argumentative reality of a family that is capable of showing warmth and compassion at the same time.
The line between parent and child becomes blurred as the story unfolds and the film pushes boundaries and raises questions about ageing, honor and voyeurism.

Festivals and Awards:

The Haifa International Film Festival, Israel, 2011

Director: Zohar Kaniel

Producer: Zohar Kaniel

Production Company: Here and Now Films

Cinematographer: Zohar Kaniel

Editor: Nadav Harel

Original Soundtrack: Niv Golan

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Noga Communications - Channel 8

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: איפה הדברים שלי

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