“An alternately profound and problematic film that forces audiences to question their own complicity in the dysfunctionality of Israeli society.” – Variety
After Eran Kolirin’s break-out hit The Band’s Visit he returns to Cannes Film Festival’s ‘Un Certain Regard’ competition with a compelling and intelligent new feature about an Israeli family in crisis. Lieutenant-Colonel David Greenbaum is discharged after serving for 27 years, returning to his family who are more used to his absence than his presence. When a friend suggests working as a salesman, he sees this as an opportunity to get his foot into the door of the business world and make something of himself. But things don’t turn out as he expects. An accomplished and impressive film from one of Israel’s leading young directors about decent people living in a difficult reality.