Trailer - What a Bachelor Needs
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Experience the magic of love and romance in "What a Bachelor Needs", a heartwarming six-episode Israeli television series written and directed by Irit Linor. Based on Jane Austen's classic novel "Pride and Prejudice", this modern-day adaptation follows the story of Alona Sade, a divorced B&B owner in Amuka, as she navigates the complexities of relationships, family, and love.
When Nimrod Artzi, a young and wealthy man from a prominent family, comes to stay at Alona's guesthouses with his sister and friends, their initial encounters are fraught with tension and dislike. But as they spend more time together, a deep attraction and appreciation begin to blossom between them.
Meanwhile, Alona's sister Neta falls in love with Artzi's best friend, Ben-Gal, but their relationship faces obstacles when the guests leave the B&Bs. Alona's ex-husband also enters the picture, starting an affair with Nega, Artzi's sister, which leads to further complications.
As the story unfolds, Alona and Artzi's relationship is tested by their respective pasts and family dynamics, but ultimately they find their way to each other's hearts. With a talented cast and beautiful setting, "What a Bachelor Needs" is a must-watch for anyone who believes in the power of love.
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