The power of familial blood and its ability to transcend trauma, pain and shared history makes each of these choices a compelling watch. Chained- the second in a trilogy- looks at a father’s mounting chaos as he tries to keep his family from falling apart, whilst Good Morning Son shows the devastation that occurs due to a traumatic brain injury. Unseen contemplates the effects of abandonment whilst on the flip side, Van Goghs explores the oppression of codependency between a father and a son.
Learning that her newborn baby might become deaf, Anat, the scion of a distinguished musical family, decides to do the unthinkable. A nuanced and suspenseful debut from Israeli director Itay Tal.
From the director of the Oscar-nominated Ajami, Chained explores the life of Rashi, an idealistic police officer whose life is thrown into chaos when he is accused of sexual harassment.
Q&A with Yaron Shani