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Grief

Israel, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Fiction)

Director: Hadar Eridlich

Yonah wishes to bury his son who has committed suicide, however for religious reasons he cannot. We follow Yonah throughout the day, as he dejectedly picks up passengers in his taxi. The night, however, holds a surprise.

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