While shooting a film about her own life, film director Aya struggles to become somebody and do something with her life, first to please her father and then herself.
Aya: An Imagined Autobiography
A Film by: Michal Bat-Adam
(Israel, 1994, 90 Minutes, Color, Hebrew, English subtitles, Cast: Michal Bat-Adam, Michal Zoharet, Shira Lu Munk, Liat Goren, Levana Finkelstein, Gdalia Besser, Alex Peleg)
Aya's life is the story of a struggle to exist. Since early childhood, she is driven by her father's ambition to see her become successful and she wants to achieve something worthwhile so her father could be proud of her.
She is shooting a film, fragments of dreams and fantasy which alternate with real or imagined reality. Aya realizes during the filmmaking that it is vain to go after important and worthwhile ambitions. She understands that what is really important is our ability to be alive every moment and to find in every fragment of our life joy and pleasure.