Intimate Grammar

Berlin 2011
Generation
Tokyo International
Film Festival 2010
Jerusalem Film
Festival 2010

Intimate Grammar

A Film by Nir Bergman

2010 - Israel - Drama - 1.85 DCP - 110 min.

with Roee Elsberg , Orly Zilbershatz , Yehuda Almagor & Yael Sgersk

Language: Hebrew
Produced by Assaf Amir

Three years in the life of Aharon Kleinfeld, the boy who stopped growing. Perhaps he is afraid of growing up and becoming like his crude parents, or maybe he is just a late bloomer, in need of a little more time. But nobody has the time to wait.

Berlin 2011
Generation
Tokyo International
Film Festival 2010
Jerusalem Film
Festival 2010

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