Director

Etgar Keret

Israel – 1 Film in collection

Born in 1967, Etgar Keret is the most popular writer among Israeli youth today. Bestsellers in Israel, his books (Missing Kissinger, Kneller`s Happy Campers, Anihu) have received international acclaim and a number of his stories, translated in thirty languages, have also been adapted for the stage and the screen all aver the world. His first short movie, Skin Deep (1996, 40’), won prizes at several international film festivals, and was awarded the 1997 Israeli Oscar.

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Les méduses - Meduzot  (Flyer)

Les méduses - Meduzot

2007

Tel-Aviv, today. At her wedding reception, Keren breaks a leg. And bang goes the Caribbean honeymoon. A strange little girl comes out of the sea and follows Batya like a shadow until Batya’s life changes forever. Joy is a maid from the Philippines. She works for a tough old lady and unintendently reconciles her with her daughter. This is a composite film, made of scraps of humanity, like so many messages in a bottle, verging on the absurd. A portrait of a messy world in which everyone scrape by as best they can, looking for love, for something to remember or to forget. More

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trigon-film is a foundation with outstanding films from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe, pursuing the aim to dismantle cultural barriers and prejudices. Since its foundation in 1988, trigon has distributed more than 500 titles to Swiss cinema houses, on DVD and in its online cinema. Most of these titles remain in the trigon collection so that the access to this visual legacy is maintained. Learn more