"Children. You may give them your love, but not your thoughts" (Khalil Gibran)
Michael (56) is a very senior, strict & critical judge, who suffers from cancer. His estranged son, Evyatar (21, a BASE jumper), is arrested for smuggling drugs in Osaka. Michael goes to Japan to resolve the predicament, only to find out that his true need is to resolve the relationship with his son.
Parenthood. Both of us are fathers, and we constantly struggle to realize if we let our children be who they are, or "instill" them with our own values and expectations.
Shlomi Hayun, Director/producer
graduate of the Sam Spiegel School. Directed, produced and wrote a number of films, among which the award winner short movie HAIM WAS HERE, and the acclaimed documentary THE ACTING TEACHER.
Eran Barak-Medina, Screenwriter-producer
graduate of Sam Spiegel School. Wrote several short films and won writing awards and grants.