DUSK is a journey down the path of Israeli reality through the story of ordinary people. It is a story about insecure parents and children, about the search for atonement, and the ability to forgive. The ramifications of a car accident connect intertwining story strands in the ambitious Israeli drama "Dusk." First time director-writer Alon Zingman channels Paul Haggis' "Crash," but with plotlines exploring parent-child relationships and abandonment rather than race relations. Zingman proves accomplished at cinematically exploiting narrative tension.
Languages: Hebrew and Spanish, with English subtitles
Run time: 90 minutes
Director: Alon Zingman
Cast: Reymonde Amsellem, Orly Zilbershatz, Shmil Ben Ari, Rotem Zisman Cohen, Natalia Faust, Gal Zaid
Haifa International Film Festival: First Feature Film Award