Director: Amit Goren / Israel 2007
Producer: Amit Goren
Length: 85 minutes
Raffi Lavie, the Israeli painter, the art and classical music critic, is arguably the most influential cultural figure of his generation, an embodiment of the image of the “Sabra”. The film follows Raffi Lavie, who had to give up the lease on his mythological apartment in Tel-Aviv, where he lived for 33 years with his wife Ilana and their children – when he is forced to reorganize his life, in order to relocate and begin yet another new phase in his life. Amit Goren’s film makes Lavie’s personality and art accessible, while remaining both entertaining and thought provoking.