Epilogue Trailer

Epilogue Trailer (2012)

02 September 2012 Drama 96 mins

Hayuta and Berl, an elderly couple, find it hard to adjust to today's Israel and to the social changes surrounding them. After years of struggle, the two refuse to let go of their communal dreams, and of their revolutionary plans to build a welfare state in Israel. During a night of painful disillusionment, the two decide to leave their apartment for a last journey.

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Cast

Rivka Gur

as Hayuta

Efrat Aviv

as Shir

Hagar Ben-Asher

as Hospital Nurse

Itay Turgeman

as Refael / Clothes Sales person

Shai Avivi

as Neighbour

Yaron Brovinsky

as Pharmascist

Crew

Amir Manor

Director

Guy Raz

Guy Raz Cinematography

Roni Abramovski

Roni Abramovski Line Producer

Adar Shafran

Adar Shafran Line Producer

Assaf Amir

Assaf Amir Producer

International Titles

Hayouta u'Berl Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 18 June 2014

Italy 02 September 2012

Production Companies

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