All Eyes Off Me
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.
- "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."
- "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."
- "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."
- "Hadas Ben Aroya’s film is unpredictable, unnerving and quietly exhilarating."
Awards & Recognition
Berlin Int'l. Film Festival