Posts Tagged: Tzavta
A mundane argument between two neighbors regarding a tree and the shade that it casts becomes an absurd struggle involving neighborly relations and responsibility, justice and punishment, inspiration and humiliation.
A workoholic comes home and finds out that his hyperactive and desperate wife has ruined their house.
A satire about righteous, prude and faked Israel.
A couple dismentles its life after having their friends over for dinner.
A little man that sleeps on his mother’s grave, confronts a giant bully, who aims to dispossess him off it under the management of a procuress.
A satire about an aggressive, occupier and repressive society, that loses its spirit and its sanity.
A satire about turning religion into a lousy caricature, when one forces its rituals on secular people.
A satire that compares Israel to an inferior cabaret.