Saving the Hermans
DOCUMENTARY FILMS • 1h 26m
The Hermans with their three children set off on an adventurous trip from Thailand to Laos, Cambodia, China, Kazakhstan and from there, along the Silk Road to Cyprus. Their journey is a fulfillment of a dream and a chance to save their marriage. They fight and quarrel, laugh and cry. They meet exotic cultures, pass through breathtaking landscapes, and experience hair-raising adventures; they hate and they love. Will they find out what's the meaning of home and family?
Languages: Hebrew, Thai, English, Russian & Mandarin, English subtitles
Director: Gilad Goldschmidt
Producers: Daniel Paran, Gilad Goldschmidt
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