Most Popular Marek Rozenbaum Trailers
Total trailers found: 9
The Slut Trailer (2011)
12 July 2011
Tamar, an attractive single mother, lives alone in a small village with her two daughters. Unsatisfied, she attempts to fill her many voids through meaningless sexual rendezvous.
Live and Become Trailer (2005)
30 March 2005
In 1980 the black Falashas in Ethiopia are recognised as genuine Jews and are secretly carried to Israel.
The Belly Dancer Trailer (2006)
10 August 2006
Debbie, a young belly dancer, her dangerous yet charming lover, a criminal, and a dance club owner tell the story about love and crimes, friendship and betrayal.
Or (My Treasure) Trailer (2004)
09 September 2004
Or shoulders a lot: she's 17 or 18, a student, works evenings at a restaurant, recycles cans and bottles for cash, and tries to keep her mother Ruthie from returning to streetwalking in Tel Aviv.
To Take A Wife Trailer (2004)
01 June 2004
The story takes place in Haifa, Israel, in 1979, during three days before the Shabbat. A young woman trying to raise three children, work from home, and observe the strict Moroccan traditions of her family finds herself at constant odds with her husband and her brothers, who want her to stay married and leave behind the notions of being loved and free.
God's Neighbors Trailer (2012)
12 July 2012
Rules must be followed. For the "supervisors" of the Bat Yam neighbourhood in Israel, this means ensuring that women are dressed appropriately, that people respect Shabbat, or that Arabs from Jaffa don't enter the neighbourhood with music blaring from their cars.
Stones Trailer (2004)
09 December 2004
Michale is a thirty year old woman. She works with her father in a Tel Aviv accounting office providing services to important religious institutions.
Saint Clara Trailer (1996)
06 June 1996
The year is 1999 and the storyline is actually a number of sub-plots all revolving around the 13-year old Clara, a girl that can predict the future and has telekinetic powers.
Berlin-Jerusalem Trailer (1989)
03 February 1989
Two interconnected stories in the 1930s, one set in Berlin, the other in Palestine: Mania Vilbouchevich Shohat (1880-1961), called Tania, a Russian Jew and revolutionary, goes from Minsk to Palestine to live on a collective.