Fragile


Drama
Drama

In Jerusalem 1966, A family lives peacefully in a crumbling old building in the center of the city. Eli, the father, is at work most of the day. His wife Ruthy is locked up inside her own world and spends her days in bed. Michal, their lonely 11-year-old daughter, seeks attention from the other tenants. When Ruthy decides to get out of bed and find a job, the apparent peace of the house is disturbed.


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Fragile
A Film by: Vidi Bilu
(Israel, 2013, 104 Minutes, Color, Hebrew, English subtitles. Cast: Reymonde Amsellem, Yehezkel Lazarov, Yael Ben-Dor, Hana Laslo, Anna Dubrovitsky, Kobi Marziano, Dana Semo)

Jerusalem, 1966 – the year before the Six Day War. On the third floor of a crumbling old building in the center of the city lives a small family. Eli, the father is at work all day. His wife, Ruthy, is locked up in her own world and spends her days in bed reading the thick novels that her husband brings her from the library. Michal, their 11-year old daughter, is lonely and bored and seeks attention from the other tenants in the building. However one day, when Ruthy decides to get out of bed, the apparent peace and serenity of the house is violated.

FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS
• Best Israeli Film Award - Judisches Filmfestival Berlin & Potsdam 2014
• Jerusalem IFF 2013
• Montreal World Film Festival
• Women's International Film Festival - Israel 2013
• Prague Film Festival 2014
• Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival 2014
• Dortmund – Cologne International Film Festival 2014
• Filmmor Women's Film Festival 2014
• FrauenFilmTage 2014
• Palm Beach International Film Festival 2014
• Kosmorama Film Festival 2014
• San Diego JFF 2015
• Washington JFF 2015