Yom Yom

Directed by Amos Gitai

The second part of the cities triptych is a comedy set in Haifa, where the complex relationships between a family and friends come to symbolise life in the city. Moshe is a married forty-ish hypochondriac who works in the family bakery. Gradually it’s revealed that Moshe is the son of an Israeli-Arab father and a Jewish mother. Father has a difficult decision to make: should he sell the last of his Arab family’s lands to a Jewish property developer so that it can be bulldozed for a shopping centre? Amos Gitai will be present to discuss his work after the 8.00pm screening on Sat 1 Sep

100 minutes

Country of origin:

Year of production: