Historical Documentaries • 1h 10m
Two Holocaust survivors live in a tiny apartment. The film portrays the daily routine of a day in their lives, getting up and dressing up. Every little action takes an eternity, creating a flex in time.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Tal Haim Yoffe
Producer: Tal Haim Yoffe
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