After 20 years of marriage, a couple contemplates their mutual feelings and seeks the lost passion of their youth.


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Riki Riki
A Film by: Eitan Anner
(Israel, 2004, 87 Minutes, Color, Hebrew, English subtitles, Cast: Tal Fridman, Dalit Kahan, Gila Almagor, Nir (Niro) Levi, Michal Kahan)

Riki, a confused 30-year-old art graduate, seems to be sure that her life is always under control, even when everything goes crazy. While she is looking for a wedding dress, her boyfriend Asher, an unemployed actor, confesses of having second thoughts about the wedding. Her life gets even messier when her bizarre-rock-singer sister invading her place with a group of freaks, her psychologist starts to behave in an unprofessional way and her fiance starts fooling around.

Now Riki has a goal, she wants to win Asher back. In order to achieve that she uses an old familiar trick: to make him jealous. Max, Riki’s geek professor, who has a crush on her, is chosen for the job. Riki’s plan is working and she is on her way to marry Asher, but in a surprising last minute twist Riki has to evaluate her life choices again.

• Dalit Kahan is funny and moving…an endearing comedy" ("Tel Aviv" Newspaper, Israel)
• Tal Friedman portrays Max…a loser that ends up winning and does it in a very touching manner" ("Yediot Aharonot" Newspaper, Israel)

• The World Of Comedy International Film Festival, Toronto - Best Feature Film
• Houston Jewish Film Festival