The Secret Ingredient
Human-Interest Documentaries • 1h 6m
Uri and Neta, the owners of the Indian restaurant "24 Rupee" in Tel Aviv, and Lilach, a photographer, decided to travel to India, in search for the "secret ingredient" in Indian food. This simple search after the secret ingredient in Indian food, leads them to encounters and experiences that only magical India can provide. The journey transforms itself to a surprising life adventure for all of them in the appearance of repressed memories, old wounds of betrayals, marriage, death and even madness, and becoming a search for the secret ingredient in their own lives.
Languages: English, Hindi & Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Dror Shostak
Producer: Dror Shostak
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