17-year-old Naama spends most of her free time drinking and partying in the hopes of escaping from her parents' constant bickering, worsened by the recent disappearance of her AWOL soldier sister. When a free-spirited new girl shows up at school, Naama falls deeply in love for the first time and the intensity of the experience at once confuses her and gives her life new meaning.
Sound: Stereo 2.0 and 5.1 Surround Sound
- "A freshness of observation and a sparky sense of wonder about its protagonists means that Michael Vinik's debut feature retains the keen edge of authentic experience."
- "Seriously, this movie bleeds cool in a way a lot of American indies only wish they could. But the coolest part? Watching two angsty teenage girls fall for each other."
- "Michal Vinik’s fresh, frank look at coming out and coming of age in contemporary Israel."
Awards & Recognition
Chicago International Film Festival
San Sebastian Film Festival
Warsaw Film Festival
Reykjavik International Film Festival