Cert: TBC Year: 2015 Length: 117 mins Language: Arabic/Hebrew/English
Score: 75% Attendance: 87
Maya, a choreographer at a Jerusalem dance troupe, is married to Yoav, a senior official at the Ministry of Justice. A pair of career driven parents with two demanding children, each day requires planning and juggling, a great deal of hubbub.
One evening Maya spots a figure from her past and her evident distress reveals that she is hiding something.
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