Never Too Late
Feature Films • 1h 37m
After spending eight years in the farthest reaches of South America, 30-year-old Herzl returns home to Israel. With no ambitions or prospects for the future, he finds a job hanging posters across the country. Driving his 1985 Volvo, with a pile of dusty Israeli folk tapes on the dashboard and a worn copy of Robinson Crusoe by his side, a young man journeys across the Israeli landscape, coming to terms with the memories of what he left behind.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Ido Fluk
Producers: Gal Greenspan, Roi Kurland, Ido Fluk – Green Productions
Starring: Shifra Milstein, Nony Geffen, Pira Kantor, Ami Weinberg, Keren Berger, Eyal Rozales
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