A Heartbeat Away
Human-Interest Documentaries • 55m
Dr. Aki Tamir is an Israeli senior pediatric-cardiologist who leads a medical mission to Tanzania in order to perform heart surgeries on children. Out of hundreds of sick kids that travel the country to see Aki, he can chose only a few for a life saving operation. Things get complex when Aki meets Julius, a charming 6-year-old Tanzanian boy, with a slight chance of living.
This program may contain graphic images. Viewer discretion is advised.
Languages: English, Hebrew & Swahili, English subtitles
Director: Tal Barda
Producers: Dan Setton, Yoram Benita
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