It’s Dana’s bachelorette party, she’s getting married in two days. A pink swan floats across a turquoise pool, against a desert backdrop. The girls are pretty and drunk, the music loud. As the party continues, we witness a miasma of lies and concealments spread and poison the atmosphere. A chance encounter with Hamis, an African asylum seeker employed at the party, will bring the party-goers and Dana herself face to face with an uncomfortable truth.
Orit Fouks Rotem– a director and screenwriter, graduate of the Sam Spiegel film school in Jerusalem. Wrote and directed “And You Keep Silent”, part of a tribute feature to Abraham Hefner’s “Slower”, as well as “Eye Fight” which participated in numerous festivals, including San Sebastian and Munich among others. Co-director of the ‘Yes’ documentary series “House Visit”. Currently working on her first full length feature, “Cinema Sabaia”, with the support of the Israeli Film Fund.