All Eyes Off Me

Directed by Hadas Ben Aroya
Film Movement
89 Minutes
Comedy, Drama, Jewish
Not Rated

Tel Aviv, today.

Danny is looking for Max through a party to share that she’s pregnant with his child.

But Max just started a new relationship with Avishag and attempts to realize her rough sexual fantasy.

Truth is, Avishag actually has someone else in mind.

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Miami Jewish Film Festival Miami FL January 13, 2022




  • "Divided into three parts, it’s a snapshot of urban relationships and loneliness that electrifies with its raw, razor-sharp honesty. With ALL EYES OFF ME, Ben Aroya shows promise to be a filmmaker we could trust to tell more stories of the young."
    Zhuo-Ning Su, Awards Daily
  • "All Eyes Off Me is a fascinating portrait of narcissistic teenagers living in Tel Aviv. [T]he precise characterisation and framing make it a deeply compelling watch."
    Redmond Bacon, Directors Notes
  • "All Eyes Off Me boasts solid performances from the entire cast and cinematographer Meidan Arama’s lovely camerawork keeps the action feeling natural and fluid as the story winds down with a deeply affecting interaction that leaves one with a strong sense of relief and hope."
    Jared Abbott, The WOW Report
  • "Hadas Ben Aroya’s film is unpredictable, unnerving and quietly exhilarating."
    Redmond Bacon, Dirty Movies
Best Israeli Film
Jerusalem Film Festival
Best Actress
Jerusalem Film Festival
Official Selection
Berlin Int'l. Film Festival