Graduation film from “Minshar for Art” film school. A forlorn and sparsely furnished room bathed in yellowish light. An agonizingly long silence is interrupted by a loud noise. On the bed sits a half naked man who appears to be inflating something. The object is concealed and yet one already surmises what is going on; what will accompany his solitude and his search for intimacy from now on.
Starring: Amit Itzcar
14 Min. Not suitable for viewers under the age of 18!
The Disposables: I’ll Hate Myself in the Morning (2006) המיותרים: בבוקר אני אשנא את עצמי
A documentary about Israeli noise band, HaMeyutarim (The Disposables). The film follows the band since age 14 through the live shows, The Patiphone club, The “Fast Music” label and the recordings of the albums.
A filmmaker from Israel. I was Born in 1979 and grew up in Givatayim, a small city outside of Tel-Aviv. I served in the communication corps for 3 years and after my service I worked in the great "Video Pop Givatayim" Video store for 6 years and went to study film at "Minshar For Art" where later I worked. These days I work at the Tel-Aviv Cinematheque in its archive and as an assistant programmer. I play in two great Israeli web series: Ziv in "Messiah" and Uzi Gordin in "CInema Alex" and sometimes do other acting gigs. I'm also the winner of the "Fringe Knight" honor badge from the Jerusalem Film Festival, 2014. I always look for interesting people and artists to collaborate with.
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