Director Ofir Feldman explores his relationship history in the stirring short The Love Archive.
Ofir and his partner Tomer wish to become parents. However, before moving into this next chapter of their life and relationship, Ofir decides to digitize old letters and photos from past loves – both men and women – in hopes to leave his past behind.
In this captivating documentary, The Love Archive explores director Feldman’s quiet coming-out story whilst challenging the narrative of both heterosexual and homosexual Israeli men.
During one of his many business trips to Berlin, Israeli Oren visits a café and falls instantly in love – both with its cakes and with Thomas, the baker who makes them. The two start a secret affair, which ends abruptly when Oren dies in a car crash in Jerusalem. Grief-stricken, Thomas travels to Jerusalem, and starts working at a local café, owned by Oren’s widow.
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