This story of optimistic Russian-Jewish immigrants to Israel after the fall of the Iron Curtain is warmly played out.
It’s a tale of raw disappointment and discovering new futures, wittily scripted by the writer/director Evgeny Ruman, who himself came to Israel from Russia as a child.
No longer youngsters, Victor and Raya Frenkel were the golden voices of Soviet film dubbing for decades. When they arrive in Israel, they discover there's no need for Russian speaking dubbing artists. Their attempts to use their talents lead to some unexpected, funny and painful turns during their first months in Israel, challenging their relationship, and their identity.
Upon renting, this film will be available for your viewing from May 21 - May 30.