Director: Maya Tiberman, Kineret Hay-Gillor
Runtime: 54 min.
Feminist drama about a big heart and a difficult choice for an adult woman
Ravit spends all of her time spreading her love wherever it is needed. During the day she cooks for hundreds of Tel Aviv's homeless. In the evenings she hugs abandoned babies in the birthing ward. Without human touch and the warmth of a hug, the abandoned babies won't develop properly and can even die. Ravit always wanted children of her own, but life dictated otherwise. As she turns 50, she decides that she too wants to be on love's receiving end, but that may prove to be a lot harder to find.Vote for the best film of the Festival according to the audience. The voting form is HERE and will be available from December 11th.